San Francisco police report 80 arrests, robberies and arson fire

San Francisco police report 80 arrests, robberies and arson fire
San Francisco police report 80 arrests, robberies and arson fire

About 1,000 people marched through the streets of San Francisco on Sunday, carrying signs and singing George Floyd and Black Lives Matter.

Aliyasah Allah said, "We are here because George Floyd was killed in cold blood."

San Francisco police made 80 arrests for violating evening curfew and robbery in the Market Street, Soma and Union Square areas following a protest by the George Floyd Police murder on Sunday night. city. San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott said police officers confiscated firearms and explosives.

A statement from the department said that the protests were "highly organized and peaceful" and most of the protesters dispersed without incident after 8pm. Curfew entered into force.

Scott said some "abusive individuals" refused to disperse officers and throw bottles and set fire to the neighborhood of the Civic Center.

Union Square on Saturday saw people stealing leather bags from the coach's shop and reported to The Mercury News, shoes from the Salvatore Ferragamo location. The streets were lined with Victoria Secret bras and Swarovski padded jewelry boxes. Police released tear gas to disperse the protesters. Images of Union Square store with broken windows.

The Mayor of San Francisco London Breed said that at 8 o'clock at night. The curfew in the city will continue indefinitely.

The breed expressed sorrow over the destruction and said that he would not tolerate violence.

"I was very nervous because unfortunately with some vandals, they thought it was a game, they thought it was fun," Breed said.

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