CHICAGO (CBS)– It was a violent weekend with riots, protests and looting across the city after the death of George Floyd.
According to Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown, there were 699 arrests made on Sunday. He said 132 officers were injured during the riots.
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There were 48 shootings and Chicago police reported 17 homicides.
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"Today, publicly, I want to say his name…Mr. George Floyd. We grieve with you and your family. We are embarrassed by the cops in MN"
— LAUREN VICTORY (@LaurenVictory) June 1, 2020
In an address to the media, Brown said the Chicago police grieve with George Floyd and his family.MORE NEWS: Jussie Smollett Trial: Closing Arguments Begin Wednesday
“We are embarrassed by the cops in Minnesota,” he said.