City police–some outfitted in riot gear– lined the road close to the 1500 block of Pennsylvania Avenue in which a vigil had been held for 23-year-old Tyriece “Lor Scoota” Watson, who had been gunned lower over the past weekend. His killer remains in particular.
Rawlings-Blake said Pennsylvania Ave. reopened just before night time.
The vigil was largely peaceful, Baltimore Police Commissioner Kevin Davis stated, until things took an adverse turn when a number of people began tossing bottles and bricks at police officials, who have been attempting to obvious the roads.
“This would be a largely peaceful gathering of people that looked after this youthful man this city, really, really loved. This gathering tonight incorporated just a couple of individuals who made the decision to do something in their own individual self interests and agitate everyone else, and actually, we’d rocks and bottles tossed at police officials. Now, we’ve had the experience, done that, and it is not going to take place again. We’re not likely to have police officials assaulted. We’re not likely to have rocks and bottles tossed at our public safety authorities — not since i don’t would like it to happen, I certainly don’t would like it to happen, however this community doesn’t would like it to happen. So it is not going to take place any longer. So our presence tonight would be to keep your peace,” Commissioner Davis stated.
Democratic mayoral candidate Catherine Pugh also showed up in this area Monday night to assist with the problem. She being seen taking photos with citizens.
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During a standoff with police, video published by our media partner the Baltimore Sun show shouting along with a confronting by city citizens.
There have been no injures reported on Monday night.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake published on Twitter Monday night that they was “monitoring the problem closely” with Police Commissioner Davis.
BALTIMORE (WJZ) —Three everyone was arrested on Monday night after a vigil for a slain rapper ‘Lor Scoota’ shut lower an intersection in Northwest Baltimore.
Baltimore Police appear at first sight still trying to find the one who gunned lower Watson over the past weekend. They ask anybody that has any information to police immediately.