LAPD updates arrests to 145 in Ferguson fallout
LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Police Department is updating its tally of arrests from a third night of demonstrations linked to the shooting protest in Ferguson, Missouri.
Commander Andrew Smith told the Los Angeles Times on Thursday that 145 people were arrested late Wednesday after they refused to disperse during a protest.
Thirty-five people were arrested in Oakland following a march that deteriorated into vandalism.
Because of holiday court closures, many of those arrested will spend the weekend in jail if they can't make the $500 bail.
Image: Marcus Yam / Los Angeles Times
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