Protests broke out in New York City on Tuesday, and Portland saw multiple demonstrations in response to a police shooting in Philadelphia that resulted in the death of a black man.
After hundreds of demonstrators were arrested in Brooklyn on Tuesday night, hundreds took to the streets. There are reports of property damage in the urban area.
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The New York Police Department wrote on Twitter: “Due to the protests in downtown Brooklyn, it is expected that there will be vehicle traffic and a large number of emergency personnel in the area. Consider using alternative routes and allow more travel time.”
Authorities said the police car was damaged during the unrest. Videos posted on social media showed that trash cans including the American flag were also set on fire.
“Burn this land on the ground, every city, every town!” The organization reportedly shouted.
According to the report, the protesters were riot geared to meet the protesters at the Brooklyn train station near Boerum Place at about 10 pm.
A police spokesperson told the New York National Broadcasting Corporation that when a car tried to drive past a group of police officers, several police officers were injured. The videotape shows the police trying to stop the car. At least one police officer tried to break the car window with a baton.
The report said that after being ordered to stop, the car passed a series of bicycle police officers.
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According to the station, about 30 protesters were arrested at night.
The report said that in Portland, Oregon, three separate demonstrations took place, including more than one hundred protesters gathered in the city’s downtown to vigil to commemorate Wallace.
According to the Oregonian, the group lined up on the steps of the Justice Center on Tuesday night and observed the silence around 7:30 pm before singing. During the vigil, a speaker told the crowd “Say his name!” The crowd replied: “Walter Wallace!”
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At 10 o’clock in the evening, another group gathered in Arbor Lodge Park, and then marched to the house of Portland Commissioner Dan Ryan.
Portland’s KGW reported that the organization united with the “Black Lives Issues” movement and called on Lane to further refund the Portland Police Department (PPB).
“Dan Ryan, don’t be a villain. According to a video on social media, protesters yelled from outside their residence, reducing PPB funds by 18 million.”
The station reported that the third group gathered in King’s School Park in Northeast Portland, and then marched on Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue at around 10 pm. The police warned them to “watch out for people living in this community.”
The police wrote on Twitter: “Don’t commit crimes, including obstructing the passage of vehicles and destroying private property. We ask you to encourage those who commit crimes to stop their actions.”
Since the death of George Floyd in police custody in Minneapolis on May 25, Portland protests have been violent.
The demonstrations in New York City and Portland took place during two consecutive nights of turmoil in Philadelphia. According to reports, more than 1,000 predators targeted businesses in the city on Tuesday.
Officials said Wallace, who was killed on Monday, held a knife and opened fire on two officers, prompting them to open fire.
A video of the incident posted on social media by a bystander appeared to show that the officer pointed his gun at Wallace when he ordered him to put down his weapon.
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Wallace’s uncle Rodney Everett said that officers could have used other strategies to reduce the deterioration of the situation.
Fox News’ Louis Casiano contributed to this report