Dozens of people protesting the police death of Breonna Taylor were arrested Tuesday outside the home of Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron, authorities said.
Eighty-seven people are facing a felony charge of intimidating a participant in a legal process, police said.
“The protesters chose to occupy the front yard of a home owned by the Kentucky Attorney General and continuously chant towards he and his neighbors,” Sgt. Lamont Washington of the Louisville Metro Police Department said in a statement. “All were given the opportunity to leave, were told that remaining on the property would be unlawful, and chose not to leave.”
The group had gathered to protest the death of Taylor, 26, who was fatally shot four months ago by police. Officers used a “no-knock” warrant to enter Taylor’s apartment on March 13, and her boyfriend Kenneth Walker, 27, believing a