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Police make two arrests after protest at IPD headquarters

The Ithaca Police Department says two people were arrested and charged after a demonstration outside police headquarters late-Sunday.

In a press release, around 5:15 p.m. police responded to protests on East Clinton Street, which were obstructing traffic and spray-painting graffiti.

They noted in the release that words and phrases – some of which contained expletives were spray painted on the IPD parking lot, road, sidewalk, and building itself.


Lucas Bonnett, 32, of Trumansburg was charged with making graffiti and resisting arrest. A 15-year-old was also charged with making graffiti.

Both were released and issued appearance tickets.

While only two people were arrested, police said in the release that multiple people were involved and that the investigation remains open.

Anyone with information about the incident is asked to call (607) 330-0000.


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