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Violence in Milwaukee over police shooting

Angry crowds took to the streets in Milwaukee for a second night on Aug. 14, 2016, after the officer-involved killing of Sylville K. Smith. Police said one person was shot at a Milwaukee protest on Sunday evening and officers used an armored vehicle to retrieve the injured victim.Police move in on a group of protesters…

Violence in Milwaukee over police shooting

Angry crowds took to the streets in Milwaukee for a second night on Aug. 14, 2016, after the officer-involved killing of Sylville K. Smith. Police said one person was shot at a Milwaukee protest on Sunday evening and officers used an armored vehicle to retrieve the injured victim.Police move in on a group of protesters throwing rocks at them in Milwaukee, Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. Credit: Jeffrey Phelps/AP

An elderly woman waits for the bus as members of the Milwaukee County Sheriff’s department erect a fence around Sherman Park after disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, August 15, 2016. Credit: Aaron P. Bernstein/REUTERS

Police in riot gear line up as an crowd took to the streets to protest for a second night, August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee.Protestors threw rocks and there was gunfire in the crowd as hundreds of people confronted police after an officer shot and killed a fleeing armed man earlier in the day. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

Protestors march during disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, August 14, 2016.The killing of Sylville K. Smith touched off rioting in Milwaukee. Smith, who was black, was shot after turning toward a black officer with a gun in his hand, the police chief said Sunday, as Wisconsin’s governor put the National Guard on standby against any further violence on the city’s mostly black north side. Credit: Aaron P. Bernstein/REUTERS

Angry crowds took to the streets for a second night to protest an officer-involved killing August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

Police take a man to a hospital after he was shot in the neck during a protest on August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

A man attends to a person who was shot during disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, August 14, 2016. Credit: Aaron P. Bernstein/REUTERS

Crowds of people participate in a second night to protest against an officer-involved killing on August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee.Police said was no repeat of widespread destruction of property on the second night of protests. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

Crowds takes to the streets, near the District 7 police station, protesting for a second night after an officer-involved killing August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

A gas station is seen burned down after disturbances following the police shooting of a man in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 14, 2016. Credit: Aaron P. Bernstein/REUTERS

People gather for a prayer vigil near the BP gas station that was burned after an officer-involved killing August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

People gather for a prayer vigil near the BP gas station that was burned after an officer-involved killing August 14, 2016 in Milwaukee. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

Crowds gather near the burned out BP gas station that was burned, protesting for a second night onAugust 14, 2016 in Milwaukee. Credit: Darren Hauck/Getty Images

One of the family members of Sylville K. Smith attends a candlelight vigil at a site where Smith was shot and killed Saturday by police in Milwaukee, Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. Credit: Jeffrey Phelps/AP

People gather at the place where police shot and killed Sylville Smith in Milwaukee, Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. Credit: Jeffrey Phelps/AP

People gather at the place where police shot and killed Sylville Smith in Milwaukee, Sunday, Aug. 14, 2016. Credit: Jeffrey Phelps/AP

A car burns as a crowd of more than 100 people gathers following the fatal shooting of a black man in Milwaukee, Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016.The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that officers got in their cars to leave at one point, and some in the crowd started smashing a squad car’s window, and another vehicle, pictured, was set on fire. The gathering occurred in the neighborhood where a Milwaukee officer shot and killed a man police say was armed hours earlier during a foot chase. Credit: Calvin Mattheis/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP

A gas station burns in Milwaukee after a night of violent protests over a police shooting on August 13, 2016. Credit: WDJT-TV

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