Suspect arrested for deadly shooting at a protest North Carolina
The police in the Us city of North Carolina has a suspect arrested for the murder of a protester. Was the victim Wednesday during a protest against police brutality in his head.
A day later succumbed to the 26-year-old Justin Carr of his injuries. According to the police, the suspect Friday morning (local time) held. Details regarding the role of the accused are not revealed.
The protest came after a 43-year-old black American by the police, was shot dead by a black cop. The incident took place in the parking lot of a university campus.
The situation got out of hand when protesters during the protest march agents surrounded. The police used tear gas and rubber bullets at the demonstrators to disperse. Dozens of people were arrested.
At one of the demonstrations was Carr in his head. The police says it is not responsible for the shot and has now a suspect held.
Meanwhile, the authorities have a curfew in Charlotte. In the night from Thursday to Friday was quieter on the streets.
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