Photos: 50-year anniversary of the deadly Glenville riots
Fifty years ago on July 23, 1968, a violent clash broke out between Cleveland police and residents in the city's Glenville neighborhood. Before the night was over, seven people were dead: three policemen, three suspects and one civilian, according to Case Western Reserve University. Over several days tensions grew as rioting and arson occurred. The National Guard was called in and by July 28 order was restored. Fred Evans was later tried and found guilty of murder, sentenced to life in prison.