Source Title: it’s noisy! Violent protests broke out in Washington state after a police car collided with civilians
On January 24 local time, a scene appeared in Tacoma, Washington: angry protestors vented their anger on the streets in the center of Tacoma. They smashed shops and set up roadblocks, and the protestors expressed their dissatisfaction in a violent way. The root of all this is the incident of the police car crashing into civilians the day before.
According to “Russia today” (“RT”), when the protestors came to the scene where police cars collided with civilians the day before, they smashed shops and graffiti on buildings.
&”No police, no prison, all abolished! &The protestors chanted slogans. RT describes the scene as follows: as the confrontation intensifies, windows are shattered, aggressive graffiti is sprayed on the exterior walls of buildings, garbage cans are ignited and burning roadblocks are formed on the streets.
According to reports, a car belonging to the local sheriff’s office was smashed, as was a local guarantor’s office. Police said that at about 23:00 local time, the crowd dispersed one after another, with no casualties.
Police reported that at least three people tried to enter the roof of a building in the center of Tacoma, two of whom were arrested for holding pistols and knives, and another suspect escaped on foot, the report said.
According to previous reports, a police car collided with people on the night of January 23 local time in Tacoma. Video released by the media showed that a police car suddenly rushed out of the crowd that night, and someone was injured and fell to the ground. Later, local police said at least one person was injured in the incident.
Police said that on the night of the incident, there were racing drivers in the streets, causing onlookers. But after the police arrived at the scene, onlookers began to siege the police car. In order to ensure safety, the police car finally rushed out of the crowd. At present, the case has been transferred to the investigation agency for further investigation.