Authorities say five people have been detained following a police protest in Hollywood.
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Five protesters were in custody Sunday for participating in demonstrations against police officers in the shooting deaths of black men.
Three women and a man were taken into custody for allegedly failing to disperse when ordered, according to Sgt. Chuck Slater of the LAPD’s Hollywood Station.
The first assault occurred on Hollywood Boulevard near the corner of North Cherokee Avenue around 1:15 a.m., Los Angeles Police Department Sgt. A. Howell told City News Service.
Officers stood at the intersection of La Brea and De Longpre Avenue, where one person was taken into custody and the group dispersed.
Protests over police killings in Missouri and New York were expected Monday in Hollywood in what activists say could be the first in a series of demonstrations planned this week.
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There were more protests against police brutality in Hollywood on Saturday night, including the Friday night shooting death of an assault suspect.
A police shooting is under scrutiny Saturday, a day after officers fatally shot a man they say was armed with a knife.
Hundreds of demonstrators descended upon Hollywood Saturday to protest police killings nationwide.
Police have confirmed that the suspect involved in an officer-involved shooting in Hollywood Friday night has died.
Personnel were called to the 800 block of North Highland Avenue, at Waring Avenue, around 10 p.m.
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Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey was honored Monday with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.