1 arrest in Seattle protest of police shooting of Black man

SEATTLE (AP) — Hundreds of protesters demonstrated in Seattle Monday night in solidarity with protests in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and around the country over the police shooting of a Black man there. News outlets report one person in Seattle was arrested for investigation of arson after some people smashed windows, started fires and spray-painted graffiti, according to police. Protesters started at Cal Anderson Park around 9 p.m. Monday, chanting “Black Lives Matter” and “No Justice, No Peace.” Demonstrators marched past the East Precinct on Capitol Hill, then to the West Precinct downtown and back to the East Precinct, where police broke up the crowd.