Detroit police: 127 arrested after protests Tuesday night
DETROIT The Detroit Police Department announced Wednesday morning that 127 people were arrested Tuesday night -- 60 males and 67 females. Of those arrested, 47 are from the city of Detroit. The rest are from places across the state including Ortonville, Ewardsburg, Metamora and Kimball Township. Others are from out of state places including La Jolla, Calif., Bronx, N.Y., Purchase, N.Y., and Woodside, N.Y.Full Screen 1 / 17 Protesters in standoff with Detroit police on night of June 2, 2020. This was a group that we gave repeated warnings.More: Detroit police rush protesters to make arrests Tuesday night after curfewVideo shows the arrests Tuesday night:
Man arrested, accused of driving at Detroit police during protest
A 36-year-old Southfield man has been arrested while accused of driving at Detroit police officers during a protest on Friday. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy says the incident Friday, May 29 at 9 p.m. in the area of Griswold and West Fort streets in Detroit. It’s alleged John Antoine Holliman saw two uniformed Detroit police bicycle officers and drove directly at them, causing them to ride onto the sidewalk to escape harm. After a short chase he pulled into a gas station in the area of Central Avenue and West Vernor where he was arrested, police said. He was arraigned Monday evening in 36th District Court and received a $15,000/10% bond.
Minnesota police arrest entire CNN TV crew covering George Floyd protests
MINNEAPOLIS An entire CNN TV crew - including a reporter who was covering the unrest in Minneapolis after the killing of George Floyd - was arrested by Minnesota police live on the air early Friday morning. The CNN camera was also taken into custody and continued to record as the crew was handcuffed, with police seemingly unaware that the camera was still on. Protests first erupted Tuesday, a day after Floyds death in a confrontation with police captured on widely seen citizen video. On the video, Floyd can be seen pleading as Officer Derek Chauvin presses his knee against him. Minnesota police arrest CNN reporter and camera crew as they report from protests in Minneapolis https://t.co/oZdqBti776 pic.twitter.com/3QbeTjD5ed CNN (@CNN) May 29, 2020CNN released a statement following the arrests: A CNN reporter & his production team were arrested this morning in Minneapolis for doing their jobs, despite identifying themselves - a clear violation of their First Amendment rights.