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Maryland police have charged a cyclist with second-degree assault after he was caught on video assaulting a group of people putting up signs demanding justice for the police killing of George Floyd.
Anthony Brennan III, 60, of Kensington, Maryland, was arrested and charged with three counts of second-degree assault, Maryland-National Capital Park Police said Friday.
Police said in a press release that Brennan was identified after police asked the public for help identifying a cyclist who was seen in a video arguing with and ramming his bicycle into young adults who were posting flyers along the Capital Crescent Trail in Bethesda, Maryland, on June 1.
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Brennan voluntarily turned himself in to detectives Friday night after an arrest warrant was served on him.
The June 1 incident was caught on camera at about 12.45pm.
Three young adults – one male and two female – were walking along the trail and posting flyers asking the community to participate in activism related to the death of Minnesota man George Floyd, who died while being arrested on May 25.
In the video, the cyclist – which police say is Brennan – is seen grabbing a girl’s arm and wrangling the roll of tape out of her hands.
One of the flyers already appears to be in his hands.
Anthony brennan quick facts
- Police have charged cyclist Anthony Brennan III with assaulting a group of people putting up George Floyd posters in Bethesda, Maryland on June 1
- In the clip Brennan is seen charging towards a young girl and wrangling a roll of tape out of her hands and ramming his bike into a man filming him
- The group was putting up flyers that said ‘A man was lynched by the police. What are you going to do about it?’ and ‘Killer cops will not go free’