Binghamton Police say they made no arrests following a brief demonstration downtown following the ruling in the case of a Louisville, Kentucky woman who was shot to death by police during the execution of a no-knock warrant at her home.

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Some witnesses estimated around 100 people gathered for the protest in Binghamton at around 7 p.m. September 23 in the area of Court and Washington Streets, which lasted a total of about two and a half hours according to police. 

Protesters blocked a portion of Court Street near the Dr. Martin Luthern King memorial for a few minutes before moving on.

In Kentucky, one former police officer was indicted for wanton endangerment for firing into a neighboring house while two other officers were not charged as a judge ruled witness testimony pointed to self-defense for the police opening fire.

Witnesses said that shots were fired from inside the apartment, reportedly by Taylor's boyfriend.

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Beronna Taylor was a Black woman who was shot several times by white police officers who entered her home during a narcotics investigation.

The warrant for the search of the Emergency Medical worker's home was connected to a suspect who did not live there. No drugs were found in the apartment.