- According to police, a 27-year-old man was arrested while participating in a Trump rally at the Washington state Capitol this weekend with about 200 people. The pro-Trump and anti-Trump groups clashed, and police told the crowd to disperse, leading the man to open fire toward the crowd.
- “It was not immediately clear if anyone was shot,” said the AP. Police are asking that anyone with knowledge of the situation come forward. They did hear reports of a counter-protester being shot but were unable to confirm.
- The man was then booked on suspicion of first and second-degree assault charges. He “also used the pistol to assault someone,” said a separate report from KOMO-TV. “Participants were armed with bats, bottles, rocks, chemical sprays and guns,” said the AP citing police.
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