20 September 2021
Protesters left Jefferson Square Park for the First Unitarian Church before the 9 p.m. curfew in downtown Louisville on Sunday
Protesters take refuge at First Unitarian Church in downtown Louisville for a fourth night:
11pm and police presence rolls thru 4th and York. Protesters emerge from church
#Louisville protesters pause at 4th and York to take the intersection, chanting
Police said a man is in critical, yet stable condition after he was shot in the 1700 block of Hale Avenue Sunday evening
A quick message from Shameka Parrish-Wright. An agreement was reached between @LMPD and First Unitarian Church after last night. By 11:00 p.m. the church will be closed and then @LMPD will five protesters 45 minutes to leave #LouisvilleProtests #Louisville #BreonnaTaylor @WLKY
Sigh. Naturally, as soon as I sign off, police surround a vehicle at Broadway and 4th, make some kind of traffic stop. Unclear if person is actually arrested. Unclear whether person is protest-related, or just the unluckiest tourist of all time
Loaded back into vehicles, police gone from 4th and York, heading south on 3rd St. Handful of protesters still in churchyard
A line of police is swat gear is blocking entry to 4th at Breckenridge, though, shining floodlight north intermittently at the handful of protesters who are observing them from the street
Windows broken, car on fire at Presentation Academy near 4th and Breck
A couple of truckloads of police pull up going south of 4th, park at Breckenridge intersection, protesters moving out of street onto Unitarian church ground again
Fire at 4th and Breckinridge @WDRBNews #breonnataylor
Police said the two were injured in the 700 block of South 42nd Street Saturday evening
Key witness in Daniel Cameron's #BreonnaTaylor investigation allegedly changed his story after being interviewed for the third time. He allegedly said at first he didn't hear police announce and knock but then changed it and said he did hear them announce
Protester helped police find suspect accused of shooting 2 Louisville police officers
Police again gathering on 4th and York, where very few protesters (still on church grounds) remain compared to earlier
LMPD making several arrests at 6th and Chestnut- protesters that were walking in the street after curfew
Protesters largely dispersing northward on 4th street
Louisville Police FOP (@KYFOP614) responds to @untilfreedom and @TamikaDMallory statements earlier today
protesters just arrived back at First Unitarian Church ahead of 9pm curfew. The church opened its doors last night to protesters to keep them from being arrested
#Louisville protesters bank south off Broadway onto 4th and approach 4th and York en masses, chanting for #BreonnaTaylor
Organizers issue a warning to #Louisville protesters at Jefferson Park: Elderly, children, and the vulnerable need to get moving if they want to stay safe and avoid arrest
Approaching 6th and Market from the east, #Louisville protesters head north and gather again in Jefferson Park
Protesters are upset because they've been marching peacefully (in the streets, yes) and police then blocked them in for some time on E. Main Street and fired flash bangs. They are attempting to regroup #LouisvilleProtests #Louisville @WLKY
LMPD have created a barrier on E Main and Hancock. not letting protesters or media past the line of officers
11 month ago
2 shot, 2 arrested in Erlanger shooting in the 3400 block of Blue Creek Drive. Kenton County Erlanger, Kentucky
@loukyfire worked a 2 alarm fire in the 500 block of S. 3rd Street overnight. 70 firefighters needed 30 mins to control the blaze in the 4-story building.
11 month ago
Two juveniles are under arrest in an Erlanger double shooting overnight on the the 3400 block of Bluecreek Drive
Wednesday evening a protester threw a firework into a fire near the Hall of Justice
From an @LMPD spox: "Marchers progressed along the waterfront and through downtown, causing damage at various locations along the way – including TARC buses at Brook Street and tossing a flare into the Main Library breaking windows and attempting to start a fire." 24 arrested
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