Authorities say more than 30 protesters have been arrested in Oakland as a third night of demonstrations related to the Ferguson protests deteriorated into unrest and vandalism.
In a wild scene captured live by Chopper 5 Wednesday night, hundreds of spectators and dozens of cars staged a wild sideshow near the Port of Oakland.
Oakland councilman Noel Gallo said police officers, CHP officers and county sheriff’s deputies have called him to say they are concerned for their safety during the recent protests.
Administrative law judge Demetrius Shelton says behavior that used to get kids sent to the principal’s office, now gets them thrown in jail.
About all of those on the arrest list were from Oakland, Alameda, Berkeley and other East Bay cities.
Travelers should check in with their airline before heading to the airport.
Meanwhile, the St. Louis County Police Department reports 45 people were arrested Tuesday night.
Businesses on Telegraph Avenue were hit hardest following a second night of protests in Oakland over the grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri.
For the second night in a row, protesters upset over the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting case blocked freeways and marched through the streets of Oakland.
Oakland Begins Cleanup After Ferguson Grand Jury Decision Protest Leaves Downtown Businesses Vandalized, Looted
Work crews on Tuesday morning began cleaning up downtown, where demonstrators protesting the Ferguson, Mo. grand jury decision not to indict police officer Darren Wilson over the shooting death of Michael Brown set fires, smashed store-front windows and looted businesses on Monday night.