St. Louis, Missouri, released more than 30 protesters arrested during George Floyd demonstrations since Sunday from jail.
St. Louis police arrested 36 people between Sunday and Tuesday. That includes the 25 who were arrested during protests between Monday and early Tuesday morning when four officers were shot. All have been released without charges, according to St. Louis 5 KSDK.
The potential charges included misdemeanors and felonies for burglaries, property damage, assault, stealing, and unlawful use of a weapon, among others.
Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt pointed the finger at St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner in a Tuesday morning tweet. More
Gardner blames the police for not providing admissible evidence that would allow her office to pursue charges. Here