The city of Milwaukee will impose a mandatory curfew for a second night in a row, amid protests and demonstrations.
The curfew goes into effect Sunday night at 9 p.m. and will be lifted Monday morning at 7 a.m.
“I think it’s accurate to say that as unhappy as we are with any disturbances whatsoever, which we are, that we were preparing to face something that we thought could have been much more serious,” said mayor Tom Barrett.
Police say anyone in violation of the curfew order could be fined up to $691.
More than 20 businesses were vandalized Saturday night, according to police.
Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales says his department made over 60 arrests over the last 48 hours. Of those arrests, all but three live in the city of Milwaukee.
“The destruction that is occurring are from Milwaukee residents,” Chief Morales said. “These are businesses that are owned by people in the community that you’re choosing to destroy.”
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