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    The scene turned chaotic after 8:30 pm, when protesters moved to the Epicentre dining and entertainment complex on Trade Street. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police attempted to control demonstrators with tear gas.

The scene turned chaotic after 8:30 pm, when protesters moved to the Epicentre dining and entertainment complex on Trade Street. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police attempted to control demonstrators with tear gas. Justine Miller jmiller@mccclatchy.com
The scene turned chaotic after 8:30 pm, when protesters moved to the Epicentre dining and entertainment complex on Trade Street. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police attempted to control demonstrators with tear gas. Justine Miller jmiller@mccclatchy.com

Charlotte police protests: Governor declares state of emergency as violence erupts for second night

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