NYPD officers were assailed with flying bottles and fists from a group of men while detaining a man for possession of a firearm after the Dominican Day parade in the Bronx on Sunday, according to a local report.

The incident happened at the intersection of 168th Street and Sheridan Avenue about three hours after a man was shot nearby along the parade route, police sources told the New York Post. The group of men was reportedly drinking in the street and blocking traffic.

The group included members of a Dominican gang called the Trinitarios, the sources told the paper.