NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A woman from Connecticut and 22 other people now face domestic terror charges in Atlanta after a music festival turned into a violent protest.

The protest took place at a construction site of what will be Atlanta’s new police training center.

Authorities said Emma Bogush, 24, was among the protesters who staged the “coordinated attack” Sunday night.

Bogush, a Bethany resident, is an environmental activist who works in New Haven.

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Officials said the group wore black masks and threw large bricks, rocks, Molotov cocktails, and fireworks at law enforcement.

No one was hurt during the incident. Only two of the 23 people charged were from Georgia.

Kenneth Gray, a senior lecturer at the University of New Haven and a retired FBI agent, said that Georgia’s Protect Georgia Act makes it illegal to be involved in domestic terrorism, which includes attacking government facilities or infrastructure.

That charge comes with hefty prison time.

“They could get bail in these cases, and if they get bail, depends on the court whether they require them to stay within the state of Georgia or travel elsewhere,” Gray said.

It’s not immediately known if, or when, Bogush can return to Connecticut.