ATLANTA – Three people have been arrested and two hurt following violent protests at Georgia Tech, Monday night, just two days after a 21-year-old student was shot and killed by police.
We’re told it happened after a candlelight vigil on campus.
A police car was set on fire as dozens marched to the campus police department.
Investigators say Scout Schultz, a 4th year engineering student, was in fact the one who called 9-1-1 Saturday night. Police say multiple suicide notes were found in the dorm room.
“Why did you have to shoot”, asked Scout’s father, Bill Schultz. “That’s the question. I mean, that’s the only question that matters right now, why did you kill my son?”
He said Schultz was also battling depression and had a breakdown a few years ago.
News 3 will continue following the story of these violent protests and continue to bring you updates as they become available.