The Kenosha County Sheriff's Department issued a county-wide curfew going into effect immediately and until 7 a.m. as people marched in response to an officer shooting a man Sunday.
The sheriff's department announced the curfew just after 10:30 p.m. Sunday. It will be enforced until 7 a.m.
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Earlier Sunday, a man was shot several times by an officer near 40th and 28th streets in Kenosha, just after 5 p.m.
Police did not say what led up to the shooting. A video circulating on social media shows the moments leading up to the shooting.
#BREAKING: Tear gas just deployed by law enforcement at @KenoshaPolice station. This is all in response to a man who police say was seriously injured in an officer-involved shooting this afternoon. @tmj4 #Kenosha pic.twitter.com/zoC8C79ILK— Lauren Linder (@lauren_linder) August 24, 2020
Groups of people marched from the scene to a Kenosha Police Station.
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