Harassing black people with racial insults and Nazi salutes, US police arrest 7 men
According to the report of the US Capitol Hill on July 5, the United States Oregon Lincoln City Police said on the weekend that during the US National Day On the day of Independence Day, a group of white people harassed a black family with racial insults and Nazi salutes. The police arrested the seven men involved for various crimes.
Local police station It was stated on Sunday that the men were arrested because a group of them harassed a black family the night before (July 4). They “screamed racially discriminatory language to a black family near a local beach. Insult them and use Nazi salute to them”.
Lincoln City police station issued a statement on social media about the incident
The police station pointed out that the police initially received the report that the same group of people were illegally set off on the beach The fireworks caused riots, and then the police went to the beach. After the police arrived, the”drunk crowd” began to surround the responding police. In the chaos, the police at the scene”formed a line between white and black families, allowing black families to leave the beach safely and return to their rooms.”
During this time, several of this group of whites continued to abuse and ridicule the police, trying to provoke police fights. Subsequently, others in this group of white men began to set off fireworks illegally in front of the police. After more policemen arrived at the scene, the policemen entered a confrontational and highly drunk crowd and began to arrest them on various criminal charges.
The police said that the seven men arrested were of age Between the ages of 22 and 45, he was accused of “riots, interference with the police, disturbance of law and order, harassment, possession of illegal fireworks and littering”. However, as the local new crown epidemic continues, local restrictions are still being adopted. As of Sunday, six of them have been released and received subpoenas.
The police station pointed out that one of the men was later “sent to Lincoln County Prison for fingerprint identification and charged with the above-mentioned crimes”. He had previously refused to disclose his identity.