We are an independent, student newspaper.

Some protesters said that they did not believe that these two people were involved in the vandalism that had occurred earlier in the afternoon, and were unsure why they were singled out by the police officers. At the Ithaca Common Council’s Oct. 7 meeting, students and local residents spoke in favor of a letter published in early September by the Tompkins Antiracist Coalition. Sitting outside the headquarters, banging on the door and standing in the street, protesters waved signs that read “Who Watches the Watchers” and “Fuck Pigs.” They sang and chanted “Let Gen Go,” in reference to Rand. IPD charged the first arrested protester, a 15-year-old, for vandalizing the area with graffiti. The Ithaca Police Department arrested two protesters on Sunday at a rally against police brutality outside the police headquarters on Clinton Street. Three officers stood guard at the front of IPD headquarters, and for 20 minutes, discussed proposals to defund the police with one protester, as others joined around to listen to the conversation. “He has preferential treatment from those who support him no matter how he does his work.”. pic.twitter.com/oLf7dJhrua, — Matt Butler (@AllegedButler) October 22, 2020. Cornell Experts Highlight Obstacles to Changing Law Enforcement, MEISEL | Reno 911! "This is an extraordinarily tense time—the election, the recession, the pandemic are all creating immense amounts of pressure," Myrick said. Many of the comments were emotional testimonies from Ithacans describing what they see as past racist IPD incidents. See the full story about the preceding Tom Reed press conference here. In a press release, the IPD wrote that Rand was arrested for obstructing governmental administration after the police sergeant was attempting to leave with lights and sirens when she blocked his vehicle. Left, right, or center please do what you can to lower the temperature. In video footage of the arrest, Monticello arrests Massia White-Saunders, a Black protester, on the grounds of “obstruction.” But protesters dispute this, saying that a white Trump supporter had threatened White-Saunders with a knife first. Anna Lamb is a reporter for the Ithaca Voice. Help keep us reporting with a tax-deductible donation to the Cornell Daily Sun Alumni Association, a non-profit dedicated to aiding The Sun. The Ithaca Times initially reported that the officers used tear gas on the protesters, while the mayor’s and police department’s account noted that it was pepper spray that was sprayed on the ground.

The IPD media release referred to the protest as “non-peaceful,” but did not cite any incidents other than vandalism. “This act of vandalism is reprehensible, and criminal acts of this nature will not be tolerated," Ithaca Police Chief Dennis Nayor said. He can be reached by email at mbutler@ithacavoice.com. ITHACA, N.Y. –– In the most intense backlash against protesters yet, Ithaca Police Department arrested six people and utilized pepper spray to disperse a crowd of about 40 gathered outside the department's headquarters. IPD attempted to arrest a third protester, who then escaped from IPD headquarters, sprinting out of the building and along Six Mile Creek. “I had heard about racist police officers in the town, and [Monticello] is the one allowing the racist policing in town that I know about,” Bready said. That's when law enforcement formed a line and advanced on the protesters, commanding them to step back, culminating with a pepper spray deployment aimed into the middle of the protest group. This is the 20th week of protests against police brutality in Ithaca since the weekly demonstrations first began the week after the May 25 police killing of George Floyd. Subscribe to ithaca police department Recent arrests during increasingly contentious protests have led to calls for the Ithaca Police Department deputy chief … No arrests were made for criminal mischief. Call the newsroom at (607) 391-0327 or email tips@ithacavoice.com. Ithaca Police Department Pete Tyler is the Chief of Police of Ithaca, New York. Chief Pete can be contacted at 607-272-9973 or via email at ptyler@cityofithaca.org.

The Ithaca Voice is an online-only nonprofit news site serving Ithaca and Tompkins County. The two other arrested protesters were released from IPD’s custody roughly 30 minutes apart from one another. Shortly after the two protesters were released from custody, the group marched back to the Bernie Milton Pavilion at 6:30 p.m., walking along the road and blocking traffic on Green Street for about five minutes. Second arrest was just made for “criminal mischief” pic.twitter.com/j4nNbfa2tx. Bonnett was released on an appearance ticket returnable to the Ithaca City Court, and the teenager was released to a guardian and issued a juvenile appearance ticket returnable to Tompkins County Probation.

Hayabusa Trike Kit, Tmdsas Optional Essay, Vinesauce Rom Corruptor N64, Amd Radeon Pro Wx 7100 Mac Pro, Jimmy Early Death Dreamgirls, Tity Boi Mixtapes, Shyne Bad Boyz Sample, Yellow Butterfly Meaning, Jase Hawkins Wedding, Troy Winbush Children, Cute Banner Designs Minecraft, Mafia Boss Definition, Simcity Buildit War Items List, Winchester Va Police Blotter, Demeter Hades Unlock, Kathy Craine Net Worth, Can You Hang Flyers In Walmart, Can Warforged Drown, My Dear Heart, Peter Fox Linfox Net Worth, You Ask Me How I Know He Lives Lyrics, Matt Stirling Net Worth, Yan Can Cook Chicken Chow Mein, Ibanez Rg521 Genesis Review, Sandra Gago Wikipedia, Happy Yak Review, Jason Spevack 2020 Age, Jackboys Car For Sale, Percy Jackson Watches Death Battle Fanfiction, Hay For Sale Dorking, Prime Symbol In Word, Karl Thirlwall Age, Snapclips Net Worth 2020, You Who Are Thirsty 2132, Rebena Te Ra Walkthrough, Seat Arona Cd Player, Arris Surfboard Sb8200 Manual, Deva Cassel Wikipedia,