Pittsburgh police have charged three people who were captured on video accosting diners at a restaurant during an anti-police protest, along with an additional incident at a nearby McDonald’s, numerous sources reported.
Shawn Green, who goes by Lorenzo Rulli, Kenneth McDowell, and Monique Craft were charged Monday for their involvement in the harassment, according to Pittsburgh police, WPXI reported.
A video that captured the confrontations is alleged to have shown McDowell using a megaphone to scream obscenities at diners sitting outside a restaurant. McDowell was also identified as the individual who accosted an employee at a downtown McDonald’s.
— Rob O’Donnell (@odonnell_r) September 7, 2020
His charges included possessing instruments of crime, disorderly conduct and harassment, according to WPXI.
Black Lives Matter protesters assaulted a black store manager in Pittsburgh, PA after mobbing his McDonald’s. pic.twitter.com/tigzxJfsuW
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) September 7, 2020
Rulli swore at diners, specifically an elderly couple, and gave them a middle finger. In the video, a protester is seen standing in front of diners saying “fuck