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More than two years after the fatal shooting of Amilcar Perez-Lopez by SFPD, the District Attorney’s Office announced on Wednesday April 12 that there will be no criminal charges filed against the two involved officers, Eric Reboli and Craig Tiffe.

Later that evening, demonstrators blocked off 17th and Valencia streets in front of the Mission Police Station in response to the District Attorney’s office statement.

Photos by Emma Marie Chiang