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Maryland A deputy and K-9 walk near the Maryland Capitol in Annapolis, Md., on Sunday, Jan. 17, 2021. At noon ET, few people were present beyond law enforcement and members of the media.

A heavy police presence encircled the Maryland State House on Sunday afternoon, but the planned armed demonstrations never materialized.

Families with children, dog walkers and joggers made leisurely paths around the historic state capitol building as police K-9 units and members of the Maryland National Guard patrolled nearby.

As of 1 p.M. Local time, no protesters had made an appearance at the Lawyers Mall, a popular site for demonstrations.

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan declared a state of emergency Friday, allowing extra security not only for his state, but the surrounding states as well.

– Paula Ramirez and Madeleine O'Neill, Salisbury Daily Times

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As a precaution, several streets in Beacon Hill in Boston around the Statehouse were closed off and barricaded by workers, state troopers and Boston police officers Sunday. 

Dozens of police officers surrounded the Capitol in an area mostly closed to the public.

The State Police said the Statehouse "is protected by a rigorous, multi-layered security operation" that includes their own troopers, Department of Conservation and Recreation Rangers and building security.





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