TOLEDO, Ohio — Toledo Police arrested ten people on Saturday after protests calling for police accountability and racial justice turned violent.
The charges include aggravated rioting, aggravated robbery, breaking and entering, failure to disperse, resisting arrest, and failure to comply.
Of the nine black men and one white woman, only one was not from Toledo.
All ten are expected to appear in court on Monday morning.
Kashawn Hines-Hamilton (Toledo) - Aggravated Rioting, Aggravated Robbery
Stephon Griffin (Toledo) - Aggravated Rioting
Brian Wilson (Toledo) - Breaking and Entering, Aggravated Rioting
Maurice Wright (Toledo) - Failure to Disperse, Failure to Comply, Resisting Arrest
Thomas Savage (Toledo) - Failure to Disperse
Valerie Pedereschi (Toledo) - Failure to Disperse
Aundra Parnell (Toledo) - Failure to Disperse
Keith Nelson (Toledo) - Failure to Disperse
Javonn Morgan (Painesville) - Failure to Disperse
Timothy Johnson (Toledo) - Failure to Disperse
Police and protesters clashed on Saturday afternoon after the planned demonstration in downtown began to break up.
Different groups of demonstrators moved to different parts of the downtown and uptown area where police used tear gas and shot wooden slugs to get them to disperse.