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Sacramento police officers hospitalized after protesters sprayed them with an unknown “stimulant”

Four police officers in Sacramento, California were hospitalized Saturday night after being sprayed with an unknown “liquid stimulant” during an anti-police protest.

According to Sacramento’s KVOR-TV, about 50 protesters gathered outside the State Capitol after promoting “black bloc tactics” on social media.

According to police, some protesters wore helmets and had shields.

The rioters also threw stones at police officers, and at least two cases of vandalism were reported, the agency said.

Police found a rock-filled bag outside a government building in the area, but it was unclear if it was placed there by protesters.

No arrests have been reported, but police said the case was under investigation.

The agency said on Twitter that the crowd had dispersed after 11:00 pm Pacific Standard Time.

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Anti-police protests were shot by Daunte Wright, 20, in Minnesota, a week ago during a traffic outage, and a police body camera showing police on March 29 last week. Following the release of the video, it expanded nationwide again. -Including Adam Toledo in Chicago, 13-year-old shooting.

Sacramento police officers hospitalized after protesters sprayed them with an unknown “stimulant”

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