Protestors who were arrested at a demonstration on the anniversary of Alton Sterling’s death have been released on bond, WAFB reports. The protest was at Baton Rouge Police headquarters.

The seven people arrested yesterday were taken into custody because, police say, they ignored commands to leave the property, according to WAFB. The group was charged with “entry and remaining after forbidden and resisting an officer,” and two had the additional charge of battery on an officer. One had the additional charge of aggravated battery.

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