Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours. Some protesters ended up walking north on Broad Street for several miles during the Justice for George Floyd rally. Dozens of protesters formed two dueling camps outside the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia on Thursday afternoon, where votes were still being counted. There are about 4,500 patrol officers on the Philadelphia police force and the department has 2,300 Tasers, Outlaw said in the news conference Wednesday. Philadelphia, Minneapolis among cities seeing post-election unrest The Philadelphia protest also included a demonstration against the Oct. 26 shooting death of Walter Wallace Jr. by city police Hundreds of demonstrators marched in West Philadelphia over the death of Walter Wallace, a Black man who was killed by police in Philadelphia on Monday. “We want to get this economic restart going but our ultimate goal remains to save lives.”. Protestors gathered at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia all week, where they are demanding that every vote be counted, despite the president’s best efforts to throw a … “I’d worry far more about indoor activities and activities where people are not wearing a mask and are much closer to each other.”. Hundreds of protestors gathered in front of the police station on Girard Avenue in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood Wednesday night to stage a demonstration about the killing of George Floyd in Minnesota, and to protest an unsettling incident in their own neighborhood two days ago. “You have to leave that on the table as a consideration,” Murphy said. A police car burns during a protest. Philadelphia police say there were no arrests during this protest. “I hope to God we don’t have to.”. However, there were clashes with police after the curfew started. The city is still under an 8 p.m. curfew, but people have been out peacefully protesting beyond that time. Philadelphia protesters take to streets for second night after police killing This article is more than 2 months old. Before that happens, however, we'll be meeting with members of Mr. Wallace's family, to ensure they get an opportunity to view the materials first," she said. CNN's Brynn Gingras, Linh Tran, Andy Buck, Ganesh Setty, Laura Ly, Lauren del Valle, Mirna Alsharif, Richard Davis and Steve Almasy contributed to this report. Outdoor eateries in Southern New Jersey benefited from an idyllic summer day. Some of those cases were added to the county total but were no longer considered infectious due to delays between the onset of illness and the receipt of a positive test result by the county. "It's the issue of resources. As the situation escalated, police moved various vehicles into the area and took up posts on the street. New cases are climbing in 22 states, the Times reported, and indicators point to reopening businesses, restaurants and other public places as the cause. The issue is cost," Kenney said. The Special Investigations Unit responded to the shooting "shortly" after it occurred, and was on scene with other DA office personnel investigating "as we do jointly with the PPD Officer-Involved Shooting Investigation Unit, in shootings and fatalities by other means involving police," the statement from District Attorney Larry Krasner said. Two weeks after protests in Philadelphia led to crowds of thousands and clashes with police, data maintained by the city so far indicates the large gatherings aren’t causing a … Farley had recommended that people who attended protests should be tested so they could self-isolate if necessary. Bob Price 27 Oct 2020. His family has said he suffered from bipolar disorder and was in crisis during the time of the shooting. Murphy said New Jersey has one of the lowest transmission rates in the country, after being one of the nation’s hot spots. A CNN crew covering the protest witnessed several people in the crowd throw rocks, light bulbs and bricks at the police. "They were just trying to solidify their family," Johnson said. You train them how to hit head shots," Johnson said, adding "You (are) setting them up and you are setting the community up. "The call that was initially put into 911 dispatch was for medical intervention. In Philadelphia, Hundreds Protest Police Killing ... a Black resident of West Philadelphia. Protesters took to the streets for a second night after officers in Philadelphia shot and killed a Black man who was holding a knife in an encounter city officials say raises questions. In an interview with NBC’s Today show Monday morning, though, Gov. Phil Murphy, would not rule out reinstituting shutdowns if the rules are violated and cases go up. Philadelphia officials tell protesters to get tested for coronavirus or stay homeIn New Jersey, 12,676 have died of the virus, more than the state lost during the entirety of World War II, Murphy said in a news briefing Monday. "Well, I mean, listen, you never want deadly force to be the outcome of any encounter," Ramsey said. “It’s nice to get out and see people.”. By Mark Morales, Andy Rose, Hollie Silverman and Ray Sanchez, CNN, Updated 0112 GMT (0912 HKT) October 29, 2020. In the green phase, businesses can operate with 75% occupancy and restaurants can move to 50% occupancy. A march in Center City gained traction around 5 p.m. yesterday, as roughly 100 people gathered outside the Philadelphia Police Department Headquarters at 8th and Race streets, where they … and the crowd responding, "Our Street!" Two Southeastern Pennsylvania counties remained optimistic they would be able to shift from the yellow to green phase of the state’s reopening system. Cut it out. There wasn't a less-than-lethal option available. Several hundred Pennsylvania National Guard members were in Philadelphia to assist law enforcement at the request of Gov. Staff writer Erin McCarthy contributed to this report. According to its website, the Philadelphia Police Department is the fourth largest in the nation, with 6,600 sworn personnel. They did not say what officers knew of the situation prior to arrival. Drexel epidemiologist, Michael LeVasseur, noted protesters tended to be younger, and might be asymptomatic carriers who might pass the virus along to more vulnerable older relatives. In a late-night statement, Mayor Jim Kenney and Police Commissioner Danielle Outlaw said Philadelphia SWAT officers had released tear gas and non-chemical white smoke after an officer ordered the crowd to disperse because some protesters had thrown rocks. Still, he agreed the early indicators were positive. Officials in Philadelphia announced plans to close off much of the center of the city Sunday after peaceful protests over George Floyd's death turned into a … As Jersey Shore coronavirus cases prove value of contact tracing, post-protest testing in Philly could be scarceAt a Nordstrom’s Rack in the Market Place at Garden State Park, in Cherry Hill, shoppers rummaged through discount racks, undeterred by fitting rooms closed for safety reasons. Philadelphia is not likely to join neighboring counties in the green phase come June 26, though, Farley said. Several businesses in the area closed stores Tuesday night in anticipation of additional demonstrations following damage during Monday night's protests. Farley said he won’t be certain that the protests didn’t aggravate the pandemic until there have been another two weeks of low positive test rates and hospitalizations. He urged people to continue wearing masks, and to be wary of gathering indoors. Some tried on pants by pulling them over leggings in the shoe section. The Dark History Driving Police Brutality Protests In Philadelphia The city has been gripped by protests since the killing of Walter Wallace, Jr. "Every training academy you give officers a badge. "The police are who arrived first," Johnson told reporters Tuesday night. By Jason Laughlin, Katie Park, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Protests in Philly haven’t meant a spike in COVID-19 cases so far, health officials report. The city has seen an increase in testing and positive test results, Farley said, but the rate of tests that came back positive from June 8 to 14 has stayed low, less than 6%. You give them rounds of ammunition. PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Despite the looting, there was a peaceful protest in Philadelphia on Sunday demanding justice for George Floyd. “I do think it bodes well for outdoor activities where people are wearing masks,” Farley said. At some point in time, the distance was beginning to close between themselves and the individual. "We are supportive of every officer having access to them. But the anger has deeper roots. Protests have been taking place across the country over the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police. “We are seeing our cases slowly and steadily decreasing,” she said. "There may have been less [virus] in the community, period.”. "We plan on releasing premise history (of calls to the home), audio of 911 calls and bodycam footage of the discharging officers in the near future. Non-essential retail shopping, outdoor dining, and day cares reopened, and people wasted no time taking advantage. Looting in Philadelphia following the police shooting of a Black man armed with a knife continued throughout Monday night and into Tuesday morning. Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, DOJ internal watchdog opens investigation into Capitol riots, New migrant caravan leaves Honduras in pursuit of American dream. Protesters were trying to head inside Philadelphia City Hall as tensions escalated in that city, according to police scanner traffic and social media reports. ... Law & Order in Philadelphia, NOW! More than 3,300 protest participants in Minnesota were tested for COVID-19, and a review of 40% of those tests done in St. Paul and Minneapolis showed just 1.4% tested positive, the Twin Cities Pioneer Press reported. "A person is in mental decline and in crisis.". As Jersey Shore coronavirus cases prove value of contact tracing, post-protest testing in Philly could be scarce, Philadelphia officials tell protesters to get tested for coronavirus or stay home. Still, some features of the protests — clashes with police, officers tear gassing crowds, and arrests — could mean trouble. Give my son a chance. Ellis-Marseglia and her fellow commissioners said they were proud of the county’s low numbers, which they attributed to a robust contact-tracing program and residents’ dedication to social distancing and wearing masks. Watch: Aerial Footage Shows Protesters Looting in Philadelphia 879 Chopper 6 Video Screenshot. Spencer Platt/Getty Images Hair salons, barber shops, gyms, and spas would all be able to operate at 50% occupancy. Under Gov. Police began enforcing the curfew and pushing lines of protesters away from Center City at about 9 p.m. Outlaw said 91 people were arrested, including 11 on charges of assaulting police and 76 for burglary. "So I want my son's name and everybody to stop this. There were 95 people hospitalized with COVID-19, said Commission Chair Val Arkoosh, who is a physician. fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. tweet from the Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management, When a police wellness check becomes a death sentence, These mental health crises ended in fatal police encounters. New Jersey continued to take major steps toward reopening the state Monday. Farley and other health experts said that since the protests were outdoors, and many people wore masks, a surge might not come. “We can’t guarantee there’s not going to be a later rise,” said city health commissioner Thomas Farley, “but it’s a good sign we haven’t seen it yet.”. “There are things we need to put in place to feel safe.”. They are looting stores. Two weeks after protests in Philadelphia led to crowds of thousands and clashes with police, data maintained by the city so far indicates the large gatherings aren’t causing a spike in COVID-19 cases. They yelled at him to put his knife down. … They also showed support for the vote counting still underway in Pennsylvania. The wave of protests initially worried Farley as a possible catalyst for a coronavirus resurgence in Philadelphia. There were 81 arrests between Tuesday and Wednesday for various offenses including assault on police, burglary, robbery and disorderly conduct, department officials announced. Walter Wallace Jr., pictured with his mother, was shot and killed by police. Police said some people threw something that appeared to be blood. Visit The Philadelphia Inquirer at www.inquirer.com. In the next week, he said, some outdoor sports would resume, followed later by high contact sports like football. Hospitalizations, too, have stayed low. The looting is a mindset and it won't bring my son back. “We all wish we were green and think we should be green now,” Bucks Commissioner Diane Ellis-Marseglia told residents during a virtual town hall on Monday. Violent protests and widespread looting continued for a second night in Philadelphia on Tuesday in response to the fatal police shooting of a knife … Violence and looting also took place Monday night, leading to dozens of arrests and injuries to officers, most the result of thrown objects. Now, some communities are trying a new approach. But test sites do not ask people if they attended the events, so there’s no way to know if that’s why more tests are being done. But the peaceful protest turned violent when the crowd was met by a group of police officers near Philadelphia Police 18th District. Simpson said Wallace exited the house with a knife and everybody told him to put the knife down. The demonstrators could be heard chanting, with one person yelling, "Whose street?" Still, an uneasy tension remained on Sunday and eventually boiled over. Video from a local ABC affiliate shows looters emptying a Foot Locker. with the crowd yelling back, "Walter Wallace!". But we are going to get there.”. "This is why it's so complicated and this is why police need the adequate tools and training, but more importantly there needs to be a beef-up of mental health services, not only in Philly, but in cities around the country so that police will not have to be dispatched," Ramsey said. Businesses were looted, and five police vehicles and one fire vehicle were vandalized, police said. "But having said that, I can't think of any mental professional that would have done this without calling 911, because the person was armed," he added. They yell at him to put his knife down. "The Philadelphia Police Department is requesting that all residents in the 12, 16, 18, 19, 24, 25, and 26th Districts remain indoors except when necessary," a. Wallace and his wife, Dominique Wallace, were newlyweds, according to Johnson, who said she's expecting a baby girl "any day now.". ... guns still aimed at him. You train them how to kill. The initial call for was an ambulance, he said. Former Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey told CNN's "New Day" the case is not as clear-cut as some other police shootings because Wallace was armed. ... They’re still being heard. This video still shows the fatal police-involved shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. "It could have been dealt with in a different way," Wallace Sr. told CNN Tuesday night, adding he believes the officers "could have called a superior to handle the situation.". Shaka Johnson, an attorney for Wallace's family, said relatives had made at least three calls to authorities that day. Avoid the area. At a Tuesday news conference, police officials did not answer questions about whether officers were there earlier in the day or had previously interacted with Wallace. Minneapolis, where George Floyd’s death at the knee of a police officer sparked international protests, also has avoided a spike related to demonstrations so far. Police said the incident started with a call about a man with a knife. The attorney said additional equipment and training for these situations should be available to officers. “We believe that moving to the green phase is getting close.”. Police also reported that a large crowd, which they estimated to be approximately 1,000 people, looted businesses in the Port Richmond section of Philadelphia on Tuesday night. ", Ramsey said the officers had seconds to make "crucial decisions.". "The officers did not have what they needed. In light of the violence, police requested that people stay indoors. Johnson said Wallace's brother called for an ambulance and Wallace's wife told police her husband "was in crisis." We can try to find grants and other things ... but we have a lot of needs and a lot less money than we used to have.". Montgomery County reported 39 new cases Monday, and one death. People participate in a protest in support of counting all votes as the election in Pennsylvania is still unresolved on November 04, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. “It’s the first time we’ve been able to eat outside,” said Al Schmidt, a regular at The Bistro at Haddonfield with his wife, Bobbie. In April, the rate reached 31%, Drexel’s LeVasseur said. City officials on Monday said they were trying to sort out what had happened and which agency had released the gas. She said she feels the city is supportive of that goal. Wallace, a 27-year-old Black man, was shot and killed Monday while holding a knife during a confrontation with police in West Philadelphia. The county on Monday restored some access to Green Lane Park, Upper Schuylkill Valley Park and Central Perkiomen Park, she said. Other parts of the country, though, are seeing worrying upticks in cases apparently unrelated to the uprisings. “Yes, we got our independence from England, but they still had slaves. Protesters confront police during a march Tuesday Oct. 27, 2020 in Philadelphia. Mayor Jim … Authorities are investigating what two responding officers, who didn't have Tasers, knew when they answered a call about a man with a knife. A family attorney said Wallace was a mental health patient who was prescribed lithium. A short time later Eric Trump and Giuliani held their press conference on the outskirts of the city near the Philadelphia International Airport, making baseless accusations about the … Demonstrators gather near the location where Walter Wallace Jr. was killed. “I am skeptical that we’ll be ready for it by then,” he said. Demonstrations have erupted all … A mass of people protesting racism and police brutality shut down part of a Philadelphia highway on Sunday. "What the converasation is today is how do we ensure that we get enough Tasers so that every officer -- at least every officer that's working in operations -- has a Taser," Outlaw said. along with "Say his name!" ... Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Philadelphia … Tom Wolf and the state Emergency Management Agency, spokesman Lt. Col. Keith Hickox said in a statement. The city will reevaluate the curfew, which lifts at 6 a.m., daily, Mayor Jim Kenney said in the news conference with the police commissioner. Dressed in riot gear, they marched south down 15th street and … That’s the fewest there have been since March 14, when there were two. And the family like we're decent people.". It is unclear whether they were associated with the protest. PHILADELPHIA, PA – JUNE 01: Protestors away from tear gas after a march through Center City on June 1, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Multiple shots ring out as police fire, striking him. Credit: AP He walks toward the officers as they back away from him in the street, guns still aimed at him. Philadelphia reported 24,475 COVID-19 cases and 1,474 deaths Monday. Police estimated 1,000 people gathered in a park Tuesday night, then marched to a nearby police precinct while there was looting by another large group in a different part of the city. Hundreds of demonstrators marched in West Philadelphia over the death of Walter Wallace Jr., a Black man killed by police in Philadelphia on Monday. (CNN)A citywide curfew in Philadelphia was in effect Wednesday night after two nights of protests and looting following the fatal police shooting of Walter Wallace Jr. *Alert* A large crowd of appx 1000 is looting businesses in the area of Castor and Aramingo. CNN reached out to police and the family attorney for clarity. "Everybody to have respect for our family, to pray for us. Joe Biden gave an emotional speech in Philadelphia Tuesday condemning President Trump and speaking to the nationwide protests following George Floyd's death. And it won't, it will escalate things to get worse instead of better," he added. It's unclear how many calls police responded to on Monday. Gripp told KYW that an officer took Wallace in his police cruiser to Presbyterian Hospital, where he died. Hundreds of people gathered in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh to protest the death in Minneapolis of George Floyd, but the peaceful demonstrations later … Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC. Pennsylvania National Guard members will guard businesses to prevent looting, but troops will not be deployed until later this week, officials said. “So we understand your frustration. Still protesters were clear, Donald Trump may have been elected, but not by them as they chanted "not my president." The city had just one hospital admission due to COVID-19 on June 11, the most recent data available. I don't want to leave a bad scar on my son and my family with this looting and chaos stuff," Walter Wallace Sr. told CNN. Wallace's family has asked that protesters keep their demonstrations peaceful to respect his memory. Why so long? A citywide curfew in Philadelphia will begin at 9 p.m. In recent weeks, the county has logged 26 or fewer additional cases a day. A large, peaceful group of protesters marched through the Cobbs Creek section of Philadelphia on Tuesday night. When police arrived at the man's house, Simpson said a person who he later was told was Wallace's mother told police that Wallace had mental health issues. One protester with an ax moved toward police and hacked the front of a police car before leaving the area, the CNN crew said. One officer was struck by a pickup and taken to the hospital with a broken leg and other injuries, police said. There have been 79,121 cases statewide, and 6243 deaths. JaHiem Simpson, who took video of the police shooting, told CNN there was some commotion and arguing before police were called. Police shot and killed the 27-year-old on a Philadelphia street after yelling at him to drop his knife. Relatives said police had been at the address earlier that day. Simpson said he saw officers pull their guns as soon as they saw the knife. Sgt. Johnson, the attorney for the Wallace family, said that if the officers had had a less lethal option, the outcome could have been different. The Philadelphia District Attorney's Office said in a statement Tuesday it is investigating the fatal officer-involved shooting of Wallace. Thousands are sick across the Sun Belt and the West, the New York Times reported, with Texas, Arizona, and Florida showing significant case increases. For us escalate things to get worse instead of better, '' he added be available officers. 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