Police in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, declared an “unlawful assembly” Tuesday night as another night of demonstrations took place in the city.
“This continues to be a challenging time in Wauwatosa,” the Wauwatosa Police Department said in a press release. “We welcome protests in our community that are lawful and peaceful. Last night, October 13, a protest entered Wauwatosa that was neither lawful nor peaceful.” (RELATED: Daily Caller Reporters Detained, Repeatedly Hit With Clubs By Police While Reporting On Wisconsin Protests)
Please see the News Release regarding the arrest of an individual during a loud, unlawful, and disruptive protest on Oct 13, 2020. pic.twitter.com/dMpjiyZonf
— Wauwatosa Police (WI) (@WauwatosaPD) October 14, 2020
Police said that around 7:40 p.m. Tuesday night, around 20 vehicles and 30-40 people marched in the street and blocked traffic. The crowd was honking car horns and sounding air horns, hanging out of car windows, revving motorcycle engines and driving on sidewalks, police said.
“The behavior of this group was in violation of law, and disturbed the peace of the neighborhoods,” the press release said. “The Wauwatosa Police Dispatch Center received several calls from neighbors complaining about the group.”
An unlawful assembly was declared