Hundreds Arrested Across the U.S. as Protests Over George Floyd's Death Continue to Erupt


At least 14 people in Philadelphia were arrested during protests on Saturday, police told NBC News, while 13 police officers were injured, including a bicycle officer who was run over by a vehicle.


Downtown businesses in Chicago were damaged Saturday during protests, including convenience stores, fast-food chains and clothing stores, all of which had their windows knocked out, according to ABC 7.

The Chicago Sun-Times reported that officers struck multiple demonstrators with batons amid the protest.

According to Chicago police, four people have been shot, including a 26-year old who was killed by a man that got out of a car and started hitting the victim with a handgun before he shot him in the chest. The victim was pronounced dead at the scene, police said, while the suspect got back into his car and drove off immediately after the murder.

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot imposed a curfew starting Saturday night from 9 p.m. until 6 a.m, effective immediately and "until further notice," ABC 7 reported.

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