Chicago residents have taken to the streets to protest police-involved shootings before.
Protesters in Chicago are demanding answers after the fatal shooting of a man by police prompted violent confrontations in the IL city. A gun and two ammunition magazines were recovered, Guglielmi said.
The victim was identified as 47-year-old Teresa Johnson of Fort Worth who died Thursday afternoon at John Peter Smith Hospital, according to the medical examiner's website on Sunday.
The police then shot and killed Augustus, which has since sparked a wave of protests against authorities.
Protesters were seen approaching and shouting at the police officer cordon.
"We find no documentation supporting him being [a] concealed carry [permit holder]", Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson said. Four protesters were arrested, Reuters reported. Officers struck back with batons.
The man became combative and pushed officers' arms away before reaching for a weapon on his waist band, Waller said.
For hours after the shooting, people remained on the street and yelled at police. Police initially said he lunged at an officer with a knife when he was shot, but videos contradicted those claims. Two squad cars were also damaged.
Chicago police patrol chief Fred Waller told a news conference that a crowd became combative after the shooting earlier Saturday, throwing bottles and jumping on top of a squad vehicle.
The officers involved in the shooting will be placed on administrative duties for 30 days, ABC 7 Chicago reported.
On Sunday, William Callaway, a community activist said he already has submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to police to have that footage released.
The report said that the police department violated the constitutional rights of residents for years, permitting racial bias against blacks and killing people who did not pose a threat.
A 2017 Justice Department review found Chicago officers used force almost 10 times more in incidents involving black suspects than against white suspects.
On Saturday, Chicago gun violence left two people dead, including a 16-year-old boy, on Saturday, according to the Chicago Sun-Times. The officer who shot him, Jason Van Dyke, was charged with murder and is awaiting trial. McDonald's death led to the departure of the police chief and reforms meant to prevent future police abuses and to hold officers accountable.