"That person was taken to University Hospital with non-life threatening injuries", the statement, posted on Facebook, read.
Officers on Monday stood in a line at the foot of the Clark Memorial Bridge, which stretches over the Ohio River, to redirect traffic and block additional protesters from interfering. Schroeder said the man had been participating in the protests since they began and had been arrested a few times. They didn't know I was a seed.
While RiRi took a straight forward approach for demanding justice for Breonna Taylor, T.I. and 50 shared a more creative way to get their points across since her murder case.
The bridge connects Louisville, Kentucky, to Jeffersonville, Indiana, and is one of the only toll-free bridges over the Ohio River.
A man has died after being shot in a park in Kentucky where people had gathered to protest against the death of Breonna Taylor.
The protest followed an incident at a tent encampment in Jefferson Square Park, where gunfire erupted Saturday; a protester had opened fire, wreaking chaos among campers who also were armed.
Gerth was a 27-year-old Kentucky man and an avid photographer and a vocal supporter of the ongoing police brutality protests, The Courier-Journal reported.
The lawsuit also noted that officers should have suspended their search for Taylor's apartment because a suspect the police were seeking had been arrested elsewhere before the order was carried out.
Jean Porter, a spokeswoman for Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer, said he welcomed the review.
Lopez had previously attended protests at the park and been arrested twice before on rioting related charges, according to Louisville police.
Protesters displayed signs with the name and images of Breonna Taylor, who was killed by police. Seven people were injured when shots were fired near the city's town hall, prompting Ms Taylor's mother to issue a statement asking people to demand justice "without hurting each other". "Brett Hankison should not be punished unless the facts show he committed wrongdoing, and the facts are not yet in", the appeal said. Ms. Taylor's relatives and their lawyers say that the police never identified themselves before entering despite their claims. No drugs were found in the home. He said in a press release on June 11 that the bill is named in memory and honor of Taylor.
Taylor was killed in her Louisville home by police serving a no-knock warrant.