Police shooting of Jacob Blake in Wisconsin prompts second night of protests in downtown L.A.
LOS ANGELES - Hundreds were estimated to have gathered in downtown Los Angeles on both Monday and Tuesday nights, in response to the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, over the weekend.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department Response Team responded to downtown Los Angeles near the intersection of N Vignes Street and Bauchet Street around 10 p.m. Tuesday night.
Video from SkyFOX showed the police department set up a metal barricade near Twin Towers Jail.
It was unclear if any arrests were made.
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Monday night's march included roughly 200 protesters along Spring Street near Los Angeles Police Department headquarters. The demonstrators eventually stopped in front of police headquarters on First Street and chanted with police in riot gear a few feet away.
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