SEATTLE — Four people were arrested during a Monday night protest on Seattle’s Capitol Hill.
Seattle police officers said they saw members of a protest damage an ATM on Broadway near East Pine St. around 8 p.m.
As the group moved on, windows were also broken at a Starbucks on 12th Ave., police said.
At that point, officers arrested three people; one for investigation of property damage and two for investigation of obstructing an officer.
Investigators said more damage was done to homes and businesses as the march continued. A fourth person was arrested for investigation of property damage before the group returned to Cal Anderson Park.
The four people who were arrested were booked into the King County Jail.