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Days After Police Shooting, 3 Arrested Amid Violence At Georgia Tech Vigil

By Monday's end, three people had been arrested and two officers were recovering from minor injuries. The unrest comes after an LGBTQ campus leader was shot and killed in a confrontation with police.
An officer stands guard in front of a flaming patrol cruiser at Georgia Tech. Source: Stephen Fowler

Authorities say three people have been arrested after an eruption of violence on Georgia Tech's campus Monday night. The clash, which broke out during a vigil for a 21-year-old student shot and killed Saturday by police, left officers with minor injuries and one police vehicle damaged by fire.

The vigil for Scout Schultz was attended by nearly 500 people, including Schultz's family, . "Unfortunately," he added,

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