DETROIT – Stepped up police enforcement is planned this weekend in Detroit to quell a social media-publicized citywide paintball war that -- so far -- has resulted in six arrests and left an unmarked patrol car splattered. Chief James Craig referred Friday to the running battle along city streets as "Paint Up, Guns Down," and said organizers are pitching it as an alternative to gun and other violence. "If you want to work with us and stop the violence, there are a number of things we can do together, but having paintball wars across the city is not the way to do it," said Craig said during a news conference. On Wednesday night, Davon Williams, 22, was arrested when nearly a dozen paintballs struck Capt. The paintballs rained on the unmarked car after Patterson turned on its emergency lights when he saw about 50 people with paintball guns shooting at each other.