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Police in Santa Monica, Calif., arrested a man who was captured on video in a Make America Great Again cap allegedly spraying a crowd of anti-Trump protesters with a can of bear repellant, KTLA reports.

In the footage of the incident, the man, who has been identified in reports as 32-year-old David Nicholas Dempsey, could be seen attending a leftist demonstration at the Santa Monica Pier on Sunday.

The article goes on to state the following:

Shortly after a scuffle appears to break out during the demonstration, Dempsey could be seen taking out what authorities say was a bear repellant spray can. Dempsey sprayed the object in several protesters’ faces before running up to a man on the ground moments after, appearing to spray more of the repellant.

The offense is reportedly punishable by up to 4 years in prison and a fine of up to $10,000.

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