The National Police Agency of Murcia has reported that as a result of the incidents that took place yesterday in Yecla to celebrate soccer game played between the Yeclano CF and Real Murcia CF a person has been arrested and have raised four penalty proceedings under the Sports Act.
The incident took place at the end of the game, when a group of about 30 people tried to invade the playing field, an action that was prevented by the security device formed by the National Police with the support of the local police in Yecla.
Later a group of stoned the bus exalted Real Murcia when he was escorted by local police.
The National Police identified as perpetrators of these riots a group "ultra" formed by a dozen people, from Murcia, who had nothing to do with most of the fans who attended the game.
Of the above, five people (1 stopped and five minutes) have been proposed for sanction by the Anti-Violence Commission under the Sports Act, and in all probability if paid will face a financial penalty and it will be mandatory restricted entry to sporting events for a long period of time, which can reach one year.
Source: Delegación del Gobierno en Murcia