A fracas that left five people slashed or shot and broken glass scattered along a downtown Alexandria street early yesterday morning ended with no arrests, Alexandria police said.

An argument began about 1:30 a.m. in the 1000 block of Queen Street between Wesley Bailey, 26, of Alexandria, and an unidentified man who slashed Bailey on the chest and stomach with a knife, police said. Minutes later, police said, a fracas broke out among dozens of people. Police said the street is a local gathering place at night.

Bailey's 24-year-old brother, Kenneth, was shot in the buttocks by an unidentified person, police said. Stephane Gladney, 23, and Calvin Miller, 22, suffered facial cuts and Dwayne Covington, 21, suffered a broken nose, police said.

All were treated at Alexandria Hospital and released, except for Kenneth Bailey, who was listed there yesterday in fair condition, officials said. 5 Are Slashed or Shot In Alexandria Fracas

A fracas that left five people slashed or shot and broken glass scattered along a downtown Alexandria street early yesterday morning ended with no arrests, Alexandria police said.

An argument began about 1:30 a.m. in the 1000 block of Queen Street between Wesley Bailey, 26, of Alexandria, and an unidentified man who slashed Bailey on the chest and stomach with a knife, police said. Minutes later, police said, a fracas broke out among dozens of people. Police said the street is a local gathering place at night.

Bailey's 24-year-old brother, Kenneth, was shot in the buttocks by an unidentified person, police said. Stephane Gladney, 23, and Calvin Miller, 22, suffered facial cuts and Dwayne Covington, 21, suffered a broken nose, police said.

All were treated at Alexandria Hospital and released, except for Kenneth Bailey, who was listed there yesterday in fair condition, officials said.