Hundreds of demonstrators turned out Sunday to protest police brutality in Anaheim.
The Orange County District Attorney announced Wednesday that police in Anaheim were justified in the fatal shooting of a suspect last July.
The family of an Anaheim man killed by police in one of the shootings that sparked weeks of protest last summer will ask a judge Monday to recover more information from city officials.
About 250 Anaheim residents attended a special city council meeting Wednesday night to voice their frustrations in the wake of two officer-involved shootings in July.
Orange County activists have collected approximately 17,000 signatures for a petition demanding the State Attorney General conduct a full investigation into the Anaheim Police Department following two deadly shootings and subsequently violent protests.
More protests are planned Sunday to denounce last weekend’s two deadly officer-involved shootings in Anaheim.
Community members in Anaheim prayed for peace Wednesday night to calm the tensions between police and demonstrators. The protests were sparked by two fatal officer involved shootings that occurred over the weekend.
The mother of an unarmed man who was shot by Anaheim police officers has condemned violent protests against the killing, saying Wednesday she did not want them to become her son’s legacy.
Just hours after 24 protesters were arrested during a near-riot with Anaheim police — who are under fire following two deadly officer-involved shootings — the group “Anonymous” announced it is launching its own attack on the city’s embattled police department.
Hundreds of police officers dressed in riot gear tried to control a large group of demonstrators outside Anaheim City Hall on Tuesday evening.
Residents held a memorial Monday night for a man who was fatally shot by Anaheim police on Saturday afternoon.
Protesters crowded the Anaheim Police Department Sunday following a deadly officer-involved shooting last night.