Police Arrest 11 in Sixth Night of Charlotte Protests

Police arrested 11 people Sunday night into Monday morning in what was the sixth night of protests in Charlotte over the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott by police.

Police say the charges ranged from standing in the street to assaulting an officer, WBTV reports.

One person wanted for looting on previous nights was also arrested, police say.

Tyteris Dunvar of Charlotte was charged with breaking and entering on a warrant for looting from previous nights.

Braxton David Winston II of Charlotte, Armando Gallardo of Washington, D.C., and Osiris Rain of Charlotte were charged with violating the provisions of an extraordinary event, which means that during a special event, certain items may be banned within a certain distance of the venue.

Bruce Eric Garmon of Charlotte was charged with carrying a concealed weapon and violating the provisions of an extraordinary event outside the protests at Bank of America Stadium Sunday.

Ana Sanjar and Michell Marie Busick of Charlotte were charged with standing in the street.

Kenny Nguyen of Charlotte was charged with standing in the street and resist, obstruct, and delay.

Jake Nathaniel Poler of Ohio was charged with assaulting an officer.

Donnell Lamar Jones of Missouri was charged with resist, obstruct, and delay, and assaulting an officer.

These arrests come in addition to the arrests made Saturday night and the 44 arrests made in connection with the protests on Wednesday night into Thursday morning.


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