Seattle street crowd breaks windows



SEATTLE (AP) — Seattle police say two patrol cars had their windows broken and an officer suffered a minor shoulder injury in a clash with a crowd that broke windows at two businesses early Sunday in the Capitol Hill neighborhood.

One man who helped throw a barricade in the street was arrested for pedestrian interference.

Spokesman Sean Whitcomb said Monday that detectives are following up.

The crowd showed up after midnight following a gay pride celebration in the neighborhood.

Someone broke windows at a clothing store and luxury car dealership and damaged an ATM machine.

Police arrived and dispersed the crowd.