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Students Provide Eyewitness Accounts of Alleged LAPD Racial Profiling

Evan Vujovich and Sarah Tither-Kaplan said they watched from across the street as 79 officers broke up a college party.

Students who were not at the party that was shut down early Saturday morning by LAPD officers have also spoken out about what they witnessed.

Evan Vujovich and Sara Tither-Kaplan said they were at a different party, across the street from the gathering at 23rd Street and Hoover Street that ended when 79 officers arrived in full riot gear.

ATVN contacted the LAPD regarding Vujovich and Tither-Kaplan's allegations of racial profiling and was told all complaints made will be investigated and addressed accordingly.

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