People living near George Floyd Square are reportedly asking when Minneapolis police officers will answer their calls for assistance, according to WCCO.
“Early Thursday morning, a domestic assault victim called 911 for help. Even though she had been cut and was bleeding, she was told to relocate a block away so police could respond,” the outlet said.
Other residents have also reportedly been wondering when police will get inside the “no-go zone” to provide assistance.
“George Floyd Square has been a place for mourning and healing for the thousands who pay a visit. But for the people who live there, once night falls, they say it becomes a place where lawlessness abounds,” the WCCO article continued:
Scanner audio from Thursday morning tells the story of a domestic assault victim, calling 911 for help from her home near 38th Street and Elliot Avenue. “Is it possible to have her move