ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – The Albuquerque Police Department has arrested four people from the protests at the Donald Trump rally on Tuesday.

Police say two of them were juveniles inside the rally.

Another was a woman, 30-year-old Tylina Hardy, from inside the rally who was charged with Disorderly Conduct and Obstructing. The fourth arrest was a man, 19-year-old Jose Cuevas, who was charged with Disorderly Conduct for protesting outside the rally.

Police also say more arrests are likely coming.

City crews are still dealing with the destruction left in the wake of Wednesday night’s protests outside the Donald Trump rally.

Some of the protesters got unruly, causing damage and clashing with police. Fights broke out on the streets, rioters clashed with law enforcement.

At one point, rocks, a barrier and water bottles were thrown at police horses.

APD says its horses went to the vet Wednesday to be checked out after getting pummeled. They were all cleared by the vet and will be back in service Wednesday night. The nine riders who were on the horses last night suffered minor injuries.

According to APD, every police officer that responded to the violent protest was hit with rocks or debris. Six officers suffered significant injuries to the face, nose, arms and legs after being pummeled with fist-sized rocks. They were treated by rescue personnel on scene.

They say one Sergeant on scene was treated for smoke inhalation due to fires lit by the protesters. One Sheriff’s Deputy was also injured. There is no word yet on injury totals from the New Mexico State Police and Rio Rancho Police.

Two state police units were also damaged when people ran on top of them.

Officials say that 30 Albuquerque Firefighters, which is nearly 25% of the on-duty staffing, were assigned to the event to offer immediate medical response and occupancy monitoring.

City councilor Dan Lewis took to Facebook, placing blame on what he called a “riot,” on groups like “Southwest Organizing Project” and “Progress Now New Mexico.”

His fellow councilor Pat Davis is the Executive Director of “Progress Now New Mexico.” He called Lewis misinformed.

“Our event was a table where people could register to vote and make signs, and it packed up and concluded before the trump rally even began at 7 o’clock,” said Davis.

Meanwhile, “Southwest Organizing Project” says its protests were also peaceful. But directly points the finger at Trump for the unruly behavior last night.

“We’ve see that kind of violence everywhere that he goes, and he’s the common denominator with all of it,” said George Lujan with Southwest Organizing Project.

The tool of choice for protesters were rocks or anything they could get their hands on. That also included eggs, and chalk used to mark up walls and sidewalks.

Protesters pushed past barricades and rushed the entrance to the Convention Center as crowds swelled during Trump’s speech.

Even at 4 a.m., long after protesters left Downtown, street sweepers were still cleaning up trash but that was the least of the problems.

It’s the damage to the Albuquerque Convention Center where Trump was speaking that bore the brunt of the vandalism. Wednesday morning, BB gun bullet holes riddled some of the glass on different parts of the building. Police say that eight windows and one glass door where damaged on the East Convention Center. The cost to replace is estimated to be $10,000.

APD had about 200 officers assigned to the rally and says there were about 8,000 people estimated to have attended the Donald Trump rally and 1,000 are estimated to have participated in the protests.

Officials say that the damage to public and private property by a few members of protests and the required overtime for the public safety personnel cost the taxpayers at least $50,000.

Police are asking anyone with information or video of people causing damage, fighting, or throwing rocks at police officers and/or horses to report that information to (505) 242-COPS.

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