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Barriers Visible At LBPD HQ And New Civic Ctr, Some DTLB Business Boarding Up In Advance Of Planned Afternoon Demonstration Re Minneapolis PD-Involved Death of George Floyd; Yesterday Peaceful LA Demonstration Turned Into Looting/Rioting


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(May 31, 2020, 12:40 p.m.) -- After rioting and looting in Los Angeles and Beverly Hills following a peaceful LA protest over the Minneapolis PD-involved death of George Floyd, barriers are visible outside LBPD HQ and new Civic Cneter, and some nearby downtown LB businesses are boarding up their businesses in advance of an afternoon demonstration (its organizers unclear) announced on social networks by Black Lives Matter Long Beach and Democratic Socialists of America.

As reported yesterday by LBREPORT.com, LBPD is operating under a "modified tactical alert" with more than its usual number of officers on duty.

At a noon hour press conference today (May 31) carried LIVE on LBREPORY.com, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti deplored what he called yesterday's ugly acts of violence that he said hijacked and changed the conversation away from the death of Mr. Floyd.

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On Saturdday May 30, a protest at L.A.'s Pan Pacific Park (Beverly Blvd. between Fairfax and La Brea) turned into looting along Fairfax Ave and spread northward onto Melrose Ave. (between Fairfax and La Brea) and southward to The Grove Center along Third St. next to Farmers Market.

Looting also occurred in the Pico/La Brea area, in some parts of downtown Los Angeles and in the evening along La Cienega Blvd. b/w Beverly Blvd. and Melrose Ave Grraffiti and other vandalism were visible in the affected areas. Some fires reported.

Looting also occurred in Beverly Hills along Rodeo Drive.

A violent crowd was reported in Santa Ana in area of Bristol/McFadden.

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Yesterday L.A. Mayor Garcetti asked Gov. Gavin Newsom to send in the National Guard. LA County Sheriff Villanueva said he has requested "limited activation" of the National Guard and asked for the extra resources to be put on standby.

Looting was also reported in a number of U.S. cities.

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