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Bruises, Burning Dumpsters, and More: Photos from Yesterday's Anaheim Protests Against Killings by Police

Protesters line an intersection in Anaheim.
Protesters line an intersection in Anaheim.
Brandon Ferguson

Previous stories on Anaheim police shootings:

"He's Still Alive!" Video Emerges of Immediate Aftermath of Anaheim Police Killing of Manuel Diaz

Anaheim Police Department Kill Another Man After Day of Protests

Anaheim Police Fire Rubber Bullets at Crowd After Officer-Involved Shooting

Last night's protest in the wake of the officer involved shooting death of Anaheim resident Manuel Diaz saw officers responding at least twice to remove flaming dumpsters from busy La Palma Avenue. The tensions between residents and cops began Friday when 25-year-old Diaz, who was unarmed, was shot by police in front of an apartment complex on North Anna Drive


But the situation grew worse Saturday after officers fired rubber bullets at protesters gathered near the site of the shooting, and released a German Shepard into a crowd containing children. Yesterday afternoon, protesters stormed the Anaheim police station, at one point gaining access to the building's lobby. Later, angry residents gathered around the intersection of La Palma Boulevard and North Anna Street carrying signs reading "Stop Killer Cops," and "F*** the Police." 

More than once, dumpsters were pushed into traffic and set ablaze. During one police response, bottles were hurled, prompting officers to dawn helmets and arm themselves with shotguns and assault weapons. Police and fire personnel put a fire out just after 1 a.m. as a handful of angry bystanders yelled insults calling officers "killers" and "murderers." Meanwhile,

Anaheim police shot and killed another man, Joel Acevedo

, late last night in the 400 block of

West Gunida Lane


Residents protest Sunday night in response to last week's officer-involved shooting of Anaheim resident Manuel Diaz.
Residents protest Sunday night in response to last week's officer-involved shooting of Anaheim resident Manuel Diaz.
Brandon Ferguson


Protester shows a wound sustained Saturday night after Anaheim police fired rubber bullets into a crowd.
Protester shows a wound sustained Saturday night after Anaheim police fired rubber bullets into a crowd.

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Brandon Ferguson


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