Provo Police Sgt. Palmer talks to protesters during a rally against police brutality and racism outside of the Provo Police Department in Provo on Monday, June 29, 2020. | Kristin Murphy, Deseret News PROVO — Protests against police brutality in Provo took a tense turn Monday night as a white Ford Excursion pushed through a line of protesters blocking traffic at the intersection of North University and Center Street and a gunshot was reported. Roughly 100 people took to Center Street on Monday protesting police brutality, the latest demonstration in weeks of protests across the Beehive state. However, what demonstrators say was a peaceful protest appeared to turn violent, with protesters claiming multiple cars tried to ram into them and Provo...
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Video: Police investigating after driver pushes through line of protesters in Provo, gunshot reported