Berkeley Police said in a Tweet that they had made 17 arrests and confiscated a number of weapons during an Antifa protest on Sunday. Image courtesy of Berkeley PD / Twitter.

Berkeley Police said in a Tweet that they had made 17 arrests and confiscated a number of weapons during an Antifa protest on Sunday. Image courtesy of Berkeley PD / Twitter.

So-called "Antifa" protesters in Berkeley, California turned violent Sunday when members of the group were seen smashing the windows of a U.S. Marines Corps recruiting office, according to Fox News.

In addition to damaging a USMC recruiting office, Berkeley police said "an extremist element among a large group" damaged 21 city vehicles, setting one on fire, and slashed their tires.

The group also set fires in trash bins, which were quickly extinguished.

Police said in a Tweet that they had made 17 arrests and confiscated a number of weapons.

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