Protests turn violent over California police shooting of black man

Protesters face off with police in El Cajon, a suburb of San Diego, California on September 28, 2016, in response to a police shooting the night before of Ugandan refugee Alfred OlangoA third evening of protests in a San Diego suburb turned violent overnight, with protesters breaking car windows and throwing glass bottles at police over the latest death of an unarmed black man. Between 50 and 75 protesters took over an intersection in El Cajon, California, “stopping vehicles and breaking their car windows,” police said in a statement. “Protesters began throwing glass bottles at the police, and after the group refused to disperse, pepper balls were deployed,” the statement said, adding that one man was “knocked off of his motorcycle” by protesters.

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