On Saturday, police located three Manhattan residents arrested in connection with the violence Photo demonstrations of Nichols in Times Square.
NYPD said Kandi Nicol, 25, is charged with assault, assault with a hate crime, and two counts of obstructing a state department for punching a policeman in the nose and another in the head in an altercation Friday night.
Argenis Rivera, 33, is charged with criminal mischief because he jumped aboard an NYPD-marked cruiser and smashed the windshield with his foot, police said.
Authorities said Katherine Stone, 34, was ticketed to my office for criminal mischief and possession of graffiti paraphernalia after she defaced a cop’s car.
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The trio are tied up at the crossroads of the world after protests over Nichols’ beating death turn violent.
The Times Square protest was one of several that erupted in the Big Apple as the sun set. Others originated in Union Square and Grand Central Terminal.
Nichols passed away earlier this month After being stopped by the Memphis police. The five policemen involved in the traffic stop were charged with murder on Thursday. Nichols and the five policemen were black.
29-year-old former Fed driver dies It drew condemnation from leaders across the country They also urged peaceful demonstrations after the release of video footage showing Nichols being beaten and gunned down.
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