Anti-Police Graffiti Removed in Minneapolis
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The latest in the investigation into the fatal shooting of a black man by Minneapolis police that has sparked days of demonstrations.
Workers have painted over anti-police graffiti on a Minneapolis police station where protesters have gathered for days over the death of a black man.
The graffiti was removed Saturday morning as protesters watched.
The police station had been spray-painted with Jamar Clark's name and anti-police profanity. It's not clear who made the markings.
They were on the Fourth Precinct, where protesters have set up tents, fire pits and stools. It's just blocks from where Clark was shot early Sunday after police responded to an assault complaint