Three arrested in Warsaw during cross-country protest

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Three people were arrested after a cross-country protest made its way into Warsaw Wednesday night.

Indiana State Police were called about the crowd of protesters intentionally blocking traffic on U.S. 30. Police report the eastbound lanes were backed up for several miles.

ABC 57 News reports three people were arrested after they failed to comply with officers’ commands, and kept walking into the eastbound lanes of traffic instead of remaining on the shoulder of the road.

Those arrested face the following charges:

  • Frank “Nitty” Sensabaugh, 30 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • Disorderly Conduct
    • Obstruction of Traffic
  • Eric Ajala, 20 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • Disorderly Conduct
    • Obstruction of Traffic
  • Tory Lowe, 44 of Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • Disorderly Conduct
    • Obstruction of Traffic
    • Resisting Law Enforcement

All three are booked in the Kosciusko County Jail.

The cross-country protest is scheduled to end in Washington, D.C. on August 28, the 57th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech.

3 COMMENTS

  1. There were problems caused in Plymouth Walmart last week by a group from Milwaukee that was walking Westbound on U.S. 30 toward Chicago. Their approach isn’t scoring any points with the open-minded.

  2. Black Li(v)es Matter is a communist organization linked with the inappropriately named ANTIFA trying to overthrow the American way of life that has been the greatest boon to human prosperity in the history of this planet. At best they are a group of thugs bent on looting the prosperity of others; at worst they are traitors who should be tried and shot when found guilty.

    Jail time is the least of what they deserve.

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