(ANAHEIM, Calif.) — At least five people were arrested in Anaheim, Calif., Tuesday night after clashes broke out between protesters and police, according to officials.
Between 100 and 200 demonstrators were gathered near City Hall to protest two police officer-involved shootings that occurred in the city over the weekend.
ABC News affiliate KABC-TV reports 100 officers from Anaheim and at least six other southern California police departments responded to the scene. The station says pepper-spray projectiles and bean bag rounds were fired at the rowdy crowd.
Those arrested were detained for resisting arrest, fighting with other protesters, attacking police officers and lighting fires.
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