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In this Aug. 27, 2011 photo, Tyson Roehrkasse scans the beer cans, broken glass and discarded clothing as he searches the pool area for his missing bandana after police broke up a large party in the Rams Pointe apartment complex in Fort Collins, Colo. A Facebook page fueled the mega-party near Colorado State University, attended by as many as 3,000 people. Four people were arrested and 10 hospitalized. (AP Photo/Fort Collins Coloradoan, Dawn Madura) NO SALES
Dawn Madura
In this Aug. 27, 2011 photo, Tyson Roehrkasse scans the beer cans, broken glass and discarded clothing as he searches the pool area for his missing bandana after police broke up a large party in the Rams Pointe apartment complex in Fort Collins, Colo. A Facebook page fueled the mega-party near Colorado State University, attended by as many as 3,000 people. Four people were arrested and 10 hospitalized. (AP Photo/Fort Collins Coloradoan, Dawn Madura) NO SALES

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Fort Collins police say they arrested four people at a college megaparty that grew to thousands of people after it was advertised on Facebook and they say no further arrests are expected.

Police said Monday that James Skelton and Danniel Rosselot were cited for 3rd degree assault. Zachary Tiedgen was cited for disorderly conduct and Dillon Lawrence was cited for interference with a peace officer.

The party’s Facebook page registered nearly 3,000 attendees.

Four people were arrested and at least 10 people taken away by ambulance during the party near Colorado State University on Saturday.