A curfew in an area surrounding the Oklahoma City Police Department Headquarters has now been lifted.
Oklahoma City Mayor David Holt signed a proclamation putting the curfew in place, Sunday night.
"Mayor @davidfholt will sign a proclamation of a state of emergency in #OKC that includes a curfew for parts of downtown due to violent actions by people near the police station since 9 p.m.," the OKC police dept. tweeted out Sunday night.
The area stretched from 4th to Sheridan and Classen to Harvey and lasted between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m.
Barricades are still up in front of police headquarters.
Officers told News 9 crews they would remain up at least until the evening. Police said they were anticipating another crowd on Monday.
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