Neighbours say youths started spilling on to the street at a wild party last night.
Five people have been charged after bricks and bottles were allegedly thrown at police during a party in Kinross last night.
About 19 police vehicles and a police dog swooped on the party on Selkirk Drive at about 11.30pm. Police estimate there were up to 100 people but a neighbour put the number closer to 200.
A police officer is alleged to have received minor back and arm injuries and the windscreen of a police car was also allegedly smashed during the incident.
One partygoer, who claims he was tasered in the hand and chest last night, said he found the incident "funny" during what he described as "a mean night with the boys".
"My mate got dragged by the coppers and I went to grab my drink from the kitchen bench and that's when they tasered me," he said.
"It was nothing really, it's funny, everything's funny."
He said he did not know why police had tasered him.
The party's host Nasser Mustafa said he expected to be in trouble when his mother returned from her holiday in Bali.
A neighbour who did not wish to be named said she heard noise and music until about 3am. She said parties were held regularly at the property and this was the third time this year police had been called to a party at the house.
Resident Chris Hunter said there were up to 200 people at the party.
"I don't want it to go on, it's no good for the street, it's not good for the kids," he said.
Mr Hunter praised the police response to the incident.
A resident on another street said she also heard noise from the party despite living at least 200m away.
The party has not been declared an out of control gathering.
Several youths remain at the property this morning.