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Police say no charges will be filed against Pirates fan accused of fighting Reds' player's wife

Sept. 25, 2013: In this file photo, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Mat Latos throws against the New York Mets in the first inning of a baseball game in Cincinnati. Police were investigating claims by the wife of  Mat Latos that she was attacked and had her hair pulled by a fan during Tuesday night's,  National League Wild Card game in Pittsburgh.

Sept. 25, 2013: In this file photo, Cincinnati Reds pitcher Mat Latos throws against the New York Mets in the first inning of a baseball game in Cincinnati. Police were investigating claims by the wife of Mat Latos that she was attacked and had her hair pulled by a fan during Tuesday night's, National League Wild Card game in Pittsburgh.  (AP/File)

Pittsburgh police say they're not filing charges against a Pirates fan accused of punching and pulling the hair of Cincinnati Reds pitcher Mat Latos' wife during the National League wild-card game.

Sgt. John Fisher says police broke up an argument involving Dallas Latos and other Cincinnati and Pirates fans at a bar inside PNC Park during the Pirates' 6-2 win Tuesday night.

Fisher says Latos can file a private criminal complaint, which must be vetted by a county prosecutor, but that police consider the incident closed.

Fisher says five Pirates' fans and two women in Latos' group were ejected, but that no arrests were made.

Fisher says all involved were drinking and that Latos' group had left an area reserved for players' wives before the argument began.