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Two arrests made in Trump rally protests, suspect in police car vandalism sought
Costa Mesa detectives have made two arrests for the vandalism to the police vehicles that took place Thursday April 28 at the Donald Trump campaign rally at the Pacific Amphitheater at the OC Fair and Event Center and have compiled an image of the suspect they believe damaged a police car that night. Both of the arrestees were juveniles and Costa Mesa residents. Click here to read a bulletin regarding the outstanding suspect.
Hundreds of protesters vented their anger at Republican presidential candidate Donald J. Trump outside his rally at the Anaheim Convention Center on Wednesday, taking to the streets, throwing rocks at police and assaulting cars on the road.
The scene at Anaheim City Hall Tuesday resembled a Donald Trump rally, with flashes of physical violence, verbal bashing of Muslims and illegal immigrants, and even a condemnation of the media. Except Trump was 3,000 miles away.