LOS ANGELES - An unlawful assembly was declared at a Koreatown intersection Saturday afternoon.
According to an emergency alert issued after 2 p.m. PT, the Los Angeles Police Department was ordering people to leave the intersection near Wilshire Boulevard and South Rampart Boulevard in the Koreatown area.
LAPD said in an alert that those who refuse to leave the area will be arrested.
The location of the unlawful assembly happens to be the exact same area where fights broke out between protesters at a demonstration over trans-rights two weeks ago. A group of demonstrators gathered outside a Koreatown spa on July 3 after a viral video showed a woman being upset that a person who identified as a female but had male organs was allowed to disrobe in the women's section of the business.
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According to LAPD's communications page, "several dozen" were arrested after failing to leave the unlawful assembly location. LAPD's communication Twitter account said numerous weapons, including knives and mace, were found in the area.
Protesters arrested; LAPD confiscates items included a stun gun, knives, and pepper spray. (Credit: LAPD)
Additional details were not immediately available.
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