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INDIANAPOLIS — Indianapolis Metro Police have released the names of the four officers involved in a violent arrest they made on two female protesters in May.

IMPD Chief Randal Taylor says Sgt. David Kinsey, along with officers Conrad Simpson, Johnathan Horlock, and Nathaniel Schauwecker, were involved in the incident May 31.

Kinsey is a 20-year veteran, while Simpson has been with the department for 18 years. Schauwecker is an eight-year veteran, and Horlock has been with IMPD for five years.

None of them face criminal charges at this time. They are, however, being sued by the two women.

Ivore Westfield was hit multiple times with pepper balls and batons. Rachel Harding was shoved to the ground by one of the officers. The video of the incident went viral.

IMPD says the women were being arrested for being out on the streets of downtown Indy after the curfew that was put in place by Mayor Joe Hogsett that night. The 8 p.m. curfew was instituted after two nights of riots in the city.