A woman taking part in protests in Sacramento late Saturday against the fatal police shooting of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man, was reportedly struck by a sheriff’s vehicle and injured. Witnesses attending the vigil say a Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department vehicle was making its way through a crowd of demonstrators when it lurched forward and knocked a woman to the curb before driving off. The woman, identified by The Sacramento Bee as Wanda Cleveland, was released from the hospital after midnight Sunday with minor injuries. “He never even stopped. It was a hit-and-run. If I did that I’d be charged,” Cleveland told The Sacramento Bee. Footage taken by Channel 10 shows a sheriff’s vehicle make it way through the crowd, lights flashing, after repeatedly warning demonstrators to “back away” from the vehicle. Another sheriff’s deputy vehicle then pulls through immediately after and strikes Cleveland, video shows. The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department has yet to comment on the alleged hit-and-run.