Months later, still no charges after car drove into protest
October 2, 2020
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — The Douglas County district attorney's office is still deciding whether to file charges for two incidents earlier this year where vehicles drove into protests in Lawrence.
The Lawrence Journal-World reports that meanwhile, at least three defendants have been charged for similar allegations that weren't protest-related.
On May 31, video showed a woman accelerating an SUV into protesters during a march against police brutality. On June 29, another woman drove an SUV through protesters' makeshift barricades and into a crowd. No serious injuries were reported.