INDIANAPOLIS — Protests continued in Indianapolis Monday for the fourth straight day.
The demonstrations began at Monument Circle Monday evening.
IMPD reports that Howe High School has been vandalized by 5 to 8 individuals. No suspects on scene. School police are being contacted.
IMPD officers are walking with the group escorting them back to the downtown area where most of their cars are parked.
ISP troopers and IMPD officers are marching arm-in-arm with protesters.
Indiana State Police troopers and Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officers took off their face shields and helmets and exchanged hugs and fist bumps with protesters near the Governor's Residence.
ATTENTION: We would like to thank the organizers of today's demonstration for their peaceful protest and cooperation with law enforcement.
With a curfew now in effect, our officers will provide traffic control to allow for the safe return to your cars so you can head home.
— IMPD (@IMPDnews) June 2, 2020
Police are telling protesters they have 5 minutes to disperse.
According to a report from IMPD, there are reports of vandalism near 34th Street and Pennsylvania St.
As of 7:41 p.m., protesters had left the downtown area and were marching north on the streets of Indianapolis. The group is marching to continue the protest at the governor's residence north of downtown.
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