17 January 2021
Police are asking protesters to clear the area of Court Ave and N. Front Street
Store window smashed during protest and at least 4 people arrested
Corner of Court Ave and N. Front street where there's some dialogue between police and some protesters. Hard to tell.
riot gear on Front behind city hall.
GovBillLee has mobilized the National Guard across the state. These are some of the military humvees that were staging on Front Street and then most of them headed down Poplar Ave.7 month ago
GovBillLee has mobilized the National Guard across the state. These are some of the military humvees that were staging on Front Street and then most of them headed down Poplar Ave.
On Beale a few minutes ago ⁦@FOX13Memphis⁩
Specialized Investigations Division detectives & SWAT officers moments ago arrested Wesley Somers, 25, on charges of felony arson, vandalism, & disorderly conduct for setting fire to Nashville's Historic Courthouse Saturday night
A group claiming to be members of Black Lives Matter separates from the larger group for a moment over disagreements with Hill. They have joined back up with the larger group. The group is turning left on Beale Street
. @MNPDNashville is closing down streets around Downtown Nashville for 8 p.m. curfew. Officers on Broadway say anyone still on the streets after is subject to arrest. @WKRN
Photos of downtown Nashville hours after Saturday's riots
Demonstrations between police and protesters in Memphis turned violent late Saturday night.
As of (before sunrise) count 30 businesses and buildings that the protestors (vandals) damaged in our city Saturday night
[email protected] said as of (before sunrise) they count 30 businesses and buildings that were damaged in the city Saturday night. @WKRN
28 people arrested after protest becomes destructive in Downtown Nashville
Images in the aftermath of the destruction in our great city Sat night.from the Historic Courthouse, which was set on fire, to businesses vandalized on Broadway
@ChattanoogaPD tell FOUR people have been arrested related to the protest
Nashville police have pulled out the zip ties on Lower Broadway saying it's time to go
Curfew violation arrests have started. A man who was not arrested just yelled at the Nashville policemen that they killed George Lopez
CHATTANOOGA: Hundreds of people are protesting the death of GeorgeFloyd in Chattanooga. @ChattanoogaPD working to keep protesters out of the street near WalnutStBridge
Tennessee @GovBillLee says he has authorized National Guard to Nashville at request of Mayor @JohnCooper4Nash
Protesters have smashed in the windows of Margaritaville on Broadway
Protesters about to March from Walnut Street Bridge to the Courthouse in downtown Chattanooga. @WRCB
#icantbreathe protests in Nashville at Legislative Plaza. Hundreds gathered to hear speakers, including @JohnCooper4Nash @WSMV
Almogtaba Ahmed, 33, is being charged with agg assault for the 1 p.m. unprovoked knife attack on a 46 yr old female clerk at Citgo, 3606 Hamilton Church Rd. She has wounds to her neck & leg & is hospitalized. Officer Kelly Turcios worked to control the victim's bleeding
Organizers chant in unison "I can't breathe." on Legislative Plaza @WKRN
Silent protest begins at Miller Park in Chattanooga. They plan to be here until 7pm. @WRCB
Third protest against police brutality taking place right now. Organizer Rev. Devante Hill getting people motivated to march from FedEx to NCRM
A homicide suspect was arrested in Georgia after Murfreesboro Police found a body in a wooded area near the 900 block of Robert Rose Drive two weeks ago. TNnews crime
Rural Metro Fire has got the fire at 2412 Midway Rd under control. Midway Rd in this are will be closed until 330am7 month ago
Rural Metro Fire has got the fire at 2412 Midway Rd under control. Midway Rd in this are will be closed until 330am
Three have been arrested following an investigation by multiple agencies into a drug transaction that was scheduled to happen Wednesday.
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