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After a peaceful memorial vigil for Georgia Tech student Scout Schultz, a group of approximately 50 protestors marched to the Georgia Tech Police Department. One police vehicle was damaged and two officers suffered minor injuries. One officer was transported to Grady Hospital with minor injuries.

The Atlanta Police Department and Georgia State University Police Department helped restore order relatively quickly. Georgia Tech police arrested Vincent Castillenti, Jacob Wilson, and Cassandra Monden. All three were charged with inciting a riot and battery of an officer.

Normal campus operations are in effect and GTPD will run additional patrols throughout the evening. Scheduled classes and regular business operations will resume on Tuesday morning.

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