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Protester pleads guilty to helping set fire to Minneapolis police precinct

A person pleaded guilty on Thursday to helping set ablaze a Minneapolis police precinct throughout a George Floyd protest in Might, a report mentioned.

Bryce Williams, 26, of Minnesota, copped to a cost of conspiracy to commit arson in connection to the Might 28 fire on the Third Precinct, the Star Tribune reported.

Williams helped torch a Molotov cocktail, which was then tossed contained in the precinct by one other man, the costs say.

He additionally tossed a field onto an present fire outdoors the precinct’s entrance, in accordance to the costs.

Three different males had been charged in the identical indictment with breaching a fringe fence and setting fire to the precinct. However, Williams, up to now, is the one one who pleaded guilty.

Protesters had been focusing on the Third Precinct, the place the 4 since-fired Minneapolis police officers charged in connection to the killing of Floyd had labored.

Final month, Ivan Hunter, 26, a member of the extremist Boogaloo Bois was charged with firing 13 rounds from an AK-47 into the precinct on the identical night time it was burned down.

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