Angry residents - distressed over the fatal police shooting of a local man over the weekend – hit the streets of Anaheim, California Tuesday for a fourth day of protest marred by demonstrator vandalism and police use of force.
At least one store front was smashed, and police have confirmed firing crowd control bean bag and rubber bullet guns. Garbage containers were set alight, and in one incident, police lost control over a dog, which attacked and bit at least one person.
Police Chief John Welter apologized for the dog attack and said the city would cover the cost of treatment.
The street rage started Saturday on the scene of the fatal shooting of Manuel Diaz, 25, described by police as a gang member, CNN affiliate KCAL reported.
Cell phone video taken at the scene and posted to Youtube showed residents confronting police officers as they ordered bystanders to back farther away from the man lying face-down in a nearby lawn, before they cordoned off the area with yellow police tape.FULL STORY