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63 Indicted in Cincinnati Protests Against Police

April 21, 2001|Associated Press

CINCINNATI — Sixty-three people were indicted in the rioting over the fatal police shooting of an unarmed black man earlier this month, a prosecutor said Friday.

Charges ranged from resisting arrest, a misdemeanor, to felonies including aggravated rioting and breaking and entering, Hamilton County prosecutor Michael Allen said. Three days of violent protests and rioting followed the April 7 shooting of Timothy Thomas, 19. Dozens of people were injured and more than 800 were arrested.

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