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2 Arrested for damaging police cars in South City protests

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Tray Draper and Johnathon Luebbert are both charged with first degree property damage.  Luebbert was also charged with resisting arrest. By Daniel Fredman Tray Draper and Johnathon Luebbert are both charged with first degree property damage. Luebbert was also charged with resisting arrest. By Daniel Fredman
By Stephanie Baumer By Stephanie Baumer

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Two people were charged Saturday in St. Louis in connection with the damaged police cars during Thursday night's protests on Grand Avenue.

Tray Draper and Johnathon Luebbert are both charged with first degree property damage.  Luebbert was also charged with resisting arrest.

Photos: Computer Mobile 

Approximately 300 protesters began moving towards the intersection of Grand Avenue and Lafayette early Thursday evening to speak out against the police shooting of Vonderrit Myers, Jr. Protesters later moved south near the intersection of Grand Avenue and Flora Court.

Two police cars were damaged in the protests.

A section of Grand Avenue was closed during the night because protesters were walking into the street. 

 

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