Arrest made in Hollywood, Los Angeles, after fight near Scientology building

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Police said that they were "aware of an increasing number of activists in and around the Church of Scientology in Hollywood."
Police said that they were "aware of an increasing number of activists in and around the Church of Scientology in Hollywood."

Police said that they were “aware of an increasing number of activists in and around the Church of Scientology in Hollywood.”

Incident Details:

A man, identified as Patrick Perry, aged 52, was arrested on suspicion of battery after an altercation near a Scientology building in Hollywood. 

The arrest took place around 4 p.m. on Friday at Hollywood Boulevard and Highland Avenue. The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) reported the incident and subsequent arrest.

Arrest and Release:

Patrick Perry was taken into custody but was later released on his own recognizance. The LAPD clarified that Perry’s alleged combatant was also taken to the Hollywood station for questioning but was subsequently released. The identity of the other individual involved has not been disclosed.

Video Evidence Review:

Detectives handling the case reviewed a substantial amount of video evidence in addition to interviewing the parties involved. 

The investigation aims to gather a comprehensive understanding of the incident and the events leading up to it. The LAPD emphasized that the arrested individual has no known association with the Church of Scientology.

Activism and Controversy:

The LAPD acknowledged an increasing number of activists in and around the Church of Scientology in the Hollywood area. 

The statement indicated that ongoing investigations and controversies involving these groups are being monitored closely. Updates on these matters will be provided as additional information becomes available.

The incident near the Scientology building has raised concerns, and the LAPD is actively engaged in understanding the dynamics and context surrounding the altercation. As the investigation progresses, authorities will continue to provide updates on any developments in this case.

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