OKC Police Identify 11 People Arrested During Sunday Night's Protest


Monday, June 1st 2020, 10:08 am
By: News 9


Eleven people were arrested Sunday night into early Monday when a curfew was imposed on downtown Oklahoma City, police said.

Mayor David Holt imposed a curfew from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. in an area of downtown which included the police headquarters and city hall.

Of the 11 people, five were arrested in violation of the mayor's curfew and four were arrested on complaints of disorderly conduct, police said Monday morning.

Six people were identified as white and five were identified as black.

Queen Johnson, 20, was arrested on a violation of the mayor's curfew complaint.

Desha Dixon, 24, was arrested on complaints of obstructing an officer and violation of the mayor's curfew.

Artisha Woody, 39, was arrested on a violation of the mayor's curfew complaint.

Ryan Abello, 24, was arrested on a violation of the mayor's curfew complaint.

Najee Bissoon, 27, was arrested on a violation of the mayor's curfew complaint.

Zachary Taylor, 27, was arrested on a complaint of public drunkenness.

Jalen Chenault, 24, was arrested on a complaint of disorderly conduct.

Daniel Dickerson, 27, was arrested on a complaint of assault and battery on a police officer.

Adam Hayhurst, 20, was arrested on a complaint of disorderly conduct.

Patrick Martin, 19, was arrested on a complaint of disorderly conduct.

Nicholas Tracy, 18, was arrested on a complaint of disorderly conduct.

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