EDITOR’S NOTE: Lansing Police tell 6 News that this investigation has been forwarded to the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office for other potential charges.

LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) — The Lansing Police Department has released the name of the six people who were arrested after allegedly vandalizing the Bank of America in Frandor.

Just before 10 p.m. on Saturday, officers were sent to the area for multiple ‘suspicious subjects in the Frandor area.’

When the officers arrived, they found a group of about 30 people demonstrating. The group was throwing glass candles at the windows of the Bank of America and smashing them, LPD said.

Police said they were aware of similar national protests that were connected to an officer shooting in Atlanta. However, they were not expecting anything locally.

“Thanks to the quick action, Lansing Police and Michigan State Police were able to arrest 6 suspects on various misdemeanor charges,” LPD said.

The suspects are accused of:

John Cichy (Suspect 1, 29 years old)

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Sarah Karloyi (Suspect 2, 29 years old)

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Leah Fitch (Suspect 3, 40 years old)

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Aliza Ghaffari (Suspect 4, 32 years old)

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Erin Paskus (Suspect 5, 26 years old)

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Kelley Smith (Suspect 6, 33 years old)

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