Riots, Protests Continue In Minnesota, Chicago In Reaction To Police Shootings

Brooklyn Center officials called an emergency curfew after initially planning to go without a curfew for the first time in nearly a week



Crowds poured into the streets in several U.S. cities on Friday night, reacting to the police shooting deaths of Daunte Wright in Minnesota and Adam Toledo in Chicago.

The greatest unrest Friday appeared to be in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota, the Twin Cities suburb where Wright was fatally shot last Sunday, but events appeared to be deteriorating in Portland, Oregon, early Saturday, with reports of fires and possible gunfire.

Here are some details about some areas where crowds clashed with law enforcement:

Brooklyn Center: 100 arrests

An emergency curfew was imposed by police Friday night as rioting escalated outside police headquarters, FOX 9 of Minneapolis reported. As of early Saturday, Public Safety Commission John Harrington estimated about 100 people had been arrested.

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