Fatal Police Shooting
A crowd protested outside a Tustin City Council meeting, voicing outrage after police last week fatally shot an unarmed man when responding to a domestic disturbance. Police initially reported the victim as having been armed with a knife but a later report revealed a weapon was never found.
Demonstrators are dispersing after a peaceful rally that began near the spot where a Los Angeles Police officer shot a Guatemalan immigrant who was carrying a knife.
Despite a pledge by LAPD Chief Charlie Beck to thoroughly investigate the police shooting of a drunken day laborer, hundreds of demonstrators swarmed a downtown L.A. police station.
A protest over the fatal police shooting of a Guatemalan immigrant turned violent when some demonstrators threw bottles at officers, set trash cans on fire and refused to disperse.