Report: 4 arrested at protest near French Quarter
NEW ORLEANS - Police have arrested four people at a protest in New Orleans Saturday.
Police told WWL that about 75 anti-fascist and 50 anti-Sharia law protestors gathered near Decatur Street and Esplanade Avenue Saturday. Three New Orleans residents and an Opelousas resident were arrested for disturbing the peace.
The following people were arrested:
-Perry Stoltz-Holstein, 29, of New Orleans
-Peter Coene, 29, of New Orleans
-Benjamin Bornstein, 28, of New Orleans
-Brody Guillory, 30, of Opelousas
Anyone with additional information about the protest is asked to contact the New Orleans Police Eighth District at 504-658-6080.
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