Officer Injured After Protest Outside Pittsburgh Jail Turns Violent


Officer Injured After Protest Outside Pittsburgh Jail Turns Violent
  1. Officer Injured After Protest Outside Pittsburgh Jail Turns Violent
    Protestors reportedly broke the windows of a jail in Pittsburgh and got into a scuffle with a police officer, Monday…
    West Virginia (WV)

PITTSBURGH (CBS) — Protestors reportedly broke the windows of a jail in Pittsburgh and got into a scuffle with a police officer, Monday night.

According to CBS Pittsburgh, it happened at the Allegheny County Jail around 8 p.m.

Public Safety officials say about 20 protestors, all dressed in black, smashed windows, including the window of an SUV that was parked outside the courthouse.

The protesters reportedly ran off once they were c…

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