CINCINNATI — Police say four people were arrested in Cincinnati over the weekend during a rally for local victims of police-involved shootings.
Cincinnati-based activists and various victims' family members descended on the University of Cincinnati's campus Saturday for the "United March for Justice," a peaceful protest jointly held in memory of Samuel DuBose, Samantha Ramsey, Tamir Rice and John Crawford III.
The march stretched from campus to the corner of Valencia and Rice streets — the location where DuBose was fatally shot by UC officer Ray Tensing at a July 19 traffic stop.
Activists told the Cincinnati Enquirer (http://cin.ci/1QSflM8 ) that they had plans to bail out the arrested individuals, who were all apprehended Saturday night.
The names of those arrested and their charges weren't immediately released.
Information from: The Cincinnati Enquirer, http://www.enquirer.com