JOHN ANTCZAK Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — National Guard troops reinforced police in the San Francisco Bay Area city of Vallejo after a second night of violence. That was among scattered incidents that stood in contrast to largely peaceful California protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. Fifty members of the Guard arrived Tuesday after they were requested to "assist in securing locations that are considered high-risk," said statement from the city. A person was shot by police when people began breaking into stores late Monday, and another round of violence erupted late Tuesday. "A group of approximately 100 individuals armed with batteries and nearly 40 vehicles surrounded the Vallejo Police Department," the city said. "Additionally rocks and bottl
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