“It is only because of our DPS force ... that came to the aid and rescue of the brave officers at APD that Austin didn’t turn into a potential Seattle or Portland,” he said, mentioning cities that have experienced months of sometimes violent protests and controversial intervention of federal agents. Several have argued the reaction is an attempt to distract the public from recently heightened criticism of American law enforcement’s use of force against Black people and instead bolster the perception of officers as protectors. ... As riots and looting have broken out in cities across the country, this is the message the brother of New York governor Andrew Cuomo shares at the top of his show. Nonprofit journalism about criminal justice, A nonprofit news organization covering the U.S. criminal justice system, This article was published in partnership with. HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- More than 100 people were arrested on various offenses in a second night of protests and riots over the death of George Floyd, according to Houston police. She previously covered criminal justice for Houston Chronicle, and her work has appeared in the Washington Post Magazine, VICE, the New York Daily News and NBC News. This keeps everyone safe and allows your voice to continue to be heard. Overnight Riot Report -- Austin Edition: Texas Police Don't Even Wait for the Sun to Go Down Overnight Riot Report -- Austin Edition: Texas Police Don't Even Wait for the Sun to Go Down By Shipwreckedcrew | Aug 02, 2020 6:30 AM ET They couldn’t have visitors or make phone calls. Carter, Teal’s lawyer, said he thinks the wounded reputation of law enforcement after Floyd’s death and the budget cuts have spurred the intensity of DPS’s reaction. Chase Mayo comforts his wife, Anna Mayo, the sister of Garrett Foster, during a vigil in memory of Foster on 26 July 2020, in Austin, Texas. Texas Gov. These “riots” are mostly white folks out here. Another arrest warrant had been issued, this time on suspicion of a misdemeanor offense of participating in a riot during the May 30 protest. Prisoners were increasingly upset about the coronavirus pandemic. Protesters met at the Austin Police Headquarters in downtown Austin and halted traffic on both sides of Interstate 35 on May 30. Rep. Dan Crenshaw: Black Lives Matter riots in Texas spreading the coronavirus – NOT the economic reopening . The move by the progressive council further widened a long-running divide between Austin’s elected officials, who see a need for substantial changes to a criminal justice system whose officers disproportionately use force against people of color, and state leaders, who fear that pulling resources from law enforcement will endanger public safety. To Leonard Moore, the ongoing arrests and interrogations seems to be an overreaction to property damage and minor injuries. “We do have special agents embedded trying to identify criminals that are leveraging these or using this as an opportunity — exploiting these demonstrations,” he said three days after the first Capitol protest while seated near the governor. A window at police headquarters was also broken, according to the Associated Press. DPS Director Steven McCraw, the state’s top cop, said days after the unrest in May that “violent extremists” who exploited the protests to cause destruction would be pursued. FILE - Pro-Trump protesters storm the U.S. Capitol to contest the certification of the 2020 U.S. presidential election results by the U.S. Congress, at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, Jan. 6, 2021. — An Open Secret (@AnOpenSecret) December 17, 2020. - YouTube. Minneapolis–Saint Paul metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Minnesota. In Austin, Texas, probably the most liberal city in the great state of Texas, Black Lives Matter (sponsored by Major League Baseball, the NFL, NBA and Nascar) along with AntiFA terrorists were stirring up trouble in Downtown. They couldn’t have visitors or make phone calls. Updated: June 10, 2020 As protests erupt across the US over the death of George Floyd, numerous law enforcement officers have been attacked or killed during the riots. Texas Sen. John Whitmire, the Houston Democrat who oversees the state’s Senate Criminal Justice Committee, said he was initially shocked to learn of the problem. “We’re going to identify them, and we already have identified some of them and we will be arresting them, but not at this particular moment.”. said a former lieutenant at the maximum-security Telford Unit in East Texas. Officials say the July 18 unrest at Briscoe didn’t start until the evening, though one prisoner told his family that men had been popping out of their cells all day. By JILL COLVIN and ZEKE MILLER. One such protest moved to the Texas Capitol in Austin on May 30. The graffiti included a downward arrow with statements of “white supremacy,” “profit over People” and “the ALAMO,” Breitbart Texas reported . Protester and media recordings show people spray painted the building and monuments with anti-racist and anti-police remarks, dented and smashed windows of DPS SUVs, overturned a water fountain and roughly shoved at least one trooper to the ground. The speaker in the video below is a member of Texas’s State Republican Executive Committee. Bernstein, Godsey’s attorney, said her client, suspected of spray painting the Capitol doors, was arrested at gunpoint while getting into a car nearly a month after the protest. Shortly after Teal found out about the warrant, he learned how seriously the agency was looking for him when they showed up at his grandmother’s house, according to the teen’s lawyer, Kenavon Carter. “It’s ... to try to make an example, to kind of stifle civil disobedience, protests in the future,” Carter said. Dylan Vazquez, 20, of Fort Worth faces a riot participation charge. Price is a regular panelist on Fox 26 … He is an original member of the Breitbart Texas team. He faces up to 20 years in prison on a potential second-degree felony charge of assault of a public servant. Then the men started fighting with each other until officers gassed the whole wing and shipped 98 prisoners to higher-security lock-ups nearby. The information he is imparting is secondhand. Desel, the prison system spokesman, confirmed some basic details about the incident, but said he could not comment about the security levels of the prisoners involved. LEFTIST MOB RIOTS in Houston — POLICE VEHICLE DESTROYED — Police Out in Force. “I think it’s completely fucking absurd that they’re wasting time and energy to be tracking down kids with petty misdemeanors to throw them back in jail during COVID,” said Austin defense attorney Carl Guthrie. “DPS is using antifa as a modern day boogeyman to justify their existence and their unnecessarily aggressive tactics,” Lobb said. "He was with the protesters, it seems like documenting that," Escamilla said. The medium-security unit wasn’t supposed to hold high-risk prisoners, but it did. — BREAKING RIOT UPDATES – BLAZE TV (@ElijahSchaffer) May 31, 2020. “This is a … high school student who is on his way to Texas A&M [Commerce] on a full scholarship," Carter said. “The issue of lock manipulation could not be taken more seriously,” he said. ELECTION 2020. Nearly a month after Keegan Godsey attended an unruly protest against police brutality at the Texas Capitol in May, state police officers arrested the 23 year old at gunpoint while he was getting into a car in Austin, his lawyer said. Needless to say at this point, I hope, the reason SCOTUS shot down the Texas lawsuit isn’t because Roberts was afraid of riots or thinks Trump is a dirtbag. — George P. Bush (@georgepbush) June 13, 2020 In late May, protesters in San Antonio spray-painted graffiti on the Alamo Cenotaph. In George Floyd's hometown of Houston, family members joined a march on June 2, estimated to be 60,000 strong; a video appeared to show a female protester in Houston being trampled by a police officer on a horse. Godsey’s attorney, Jessica Bernstein, said she assumed DPS is trying to find evidence of a conspiracy to start a riot at the Capitol, but she said there was no such plan. 42.01 Disorderly Conduct 42.02 Riot 42.03 Obstructing Highway or Other Passageway 42.04 Defense When Conduct Consists of Speech or Other Expression 42.05 Disrupting Meeting or Procession 42.06 False Alarm or Report 42.07 Harassment 42.08 Abuse of Corpse 42.09 Cruelty to Livestock Animals 42.10 Dog Fighting 42.11 Destruction of Flag 42.12 Discharge of Firearm in Certain Municipalities 42.13 Another trooper tackled a fleeing teenager, prompting a scuffle between officers and protesters. “What is the purpose of the prison system?”. But some are facing felony charges and years behind bars for allegedly kicking the door panel of a police SUV or hitting an officer with a tossed water bottle. These “riots” are mostly white folks out here. When a prisoner wants to open a cell door, a carefully placed shoelace or a piece of metal or even cardboard is enough to jimmy the lock, according to prisoners at three different units who said they’d done it themselves. “There’s no greater responsibility that the agency has than to keep the people in custody and the staff there safe,” said Michele Deitch, a senior lecturer on prisons at University of Texas at Austin. We have learned of & discovered stashes of bricks and rocks in & around the Plaza and Westport to be used during a riot. He’s accused of spray painting the doors of the historic building. The prison was understaffed. At Briscoe and many other prisons across Texas, prisoners can let themselves out of their cells whenever they want, sometimes using tools as simple as a shoelace and a bar of soap. Dan Patrick said in a press conference on Tuesday. The defense attorneys claim the investigation is part of the political fight to protect law enforcement from deep changes Texas leaders say would endanger public safety. The 61st night since the death of George Floyd was marked by clashes between police and demonstrators in Portland, Ore., and Tempe, Ariz., Monday, as hundreds more gathered in Austin, Texas… Members of Indivisible 24, a local chapter of the political progressive nonprofit, stand outside a Trump supporter event at The Marq in Southlake, Texas on Saturday, October 24, 2020. “I said I’d rather talk to a lawyer … I think they just wanted to interrogate me.”, DPS rejected depictions by protesters and their lawyers, but did not respond to specific questions from the Tribune about officers’ actions regarding protesters. But protesters’ attorneys call the DPS probe an unparalleled political “witch hunt” against protesters in which the state’s police force is using tactics far too aggressive for the suspected crimes. But the arrestees’ lawyers are upset with what happened after the streets and Capitol grounds were cleared. Godsey is accused of spray painting “Fuck the Police” on the Capitol’s southern doors after agents studied another protester’s YouTube livestream video. But the affidavit, while describing the protester capturing footage of other criminal activity, didn’t portray him engaging in any illegal behavior, Escamilla said. Ruins on East Lake Street. “It makes me feel unsafe,” said Tanisha Woods, a local union president and sergeant in Gatesville, Texas. Heavy snow expected in Texas; storm could spawn tornadoes. May 31, 2020 4:23 PM ET. The lieutenant governor said in a statement to the Tribune Thursday that he was enormously grateful for DPS state troopers’ work and “calm professionalism” during the May protests. The shootings intensified criticism of Austin police, and the rising community backlash eventually prompted the Austin City Council last week to cut its police budget, largely through plans to move some departments out from under law enforcement oversight. “What I sometimes hear is people valuing property more than lives,” Moore said. Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw of Texas’ second congressional district said on June 29 on Fox & Friends that the Wuhan coronavirus spike in his state is coming from Black Lives Matter demonstrators, and not from the phased reopening plan as some liberal news outlets are suggesting. Prisoners were increasingly upset about the coronavirus pandemic. Rep. Dan Crenshaw: Black Lives Matter Riots in Texas Spreading the Coronavirus – NOT the Economic Reopening. A suspected Proud Boys member has been detained, as police declared the scuffle a riot. The broader, national debate over law enforcement’s role in society that was sparked after protests over Floyd’s death is one that will likely be center stage in the 2021 Texas Legislature. Lt. Gov. Paul Quinzi, another Austin defense attorney, said the repeat arrests are unnecessary even if DPS has filed for new criminal charges, like Teal’s misdemeanor riot case added on top of his earlier felony assault of a public servant allegation. Patrick specifically praised DPS actions during the Austin protests in the press conference, saying without the state police, Austin’s leadership would have put the city’s residents in danger. She is the organization's first formerly incarcerated reporter. Angry Leftists are rioting tonight in several US cities. Photograph: Ana Ramirez/AP. North Texas lawyer who videoed, participated in Capitol riot fired from his job. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush warned rioters who might be planning to target the Alamo in a tweet saying, “Don’t mess with The Alamo.” The Texas General Land Office is responsible for the care and safety of the Texas shrine. Yet, when asked whether racism in the criminal justice system or riots in American cities were the bigger issue, 52% of likely Texas voters said racism compared to 42% who chose riots. Nordstrom is accused of refusing to leave the highway and throwing water on an officer during the protest, facing misdemeanor charges of participating in a riot and obstructing a highway, according to her arrest affidavit and court records. According to Patrick, the reason the Supreme Court declined to hear the lawsuit brought by Texas over the 2020 election is that Chief Justice Roberts was concerned about riots. The local temperature hit 102 degrees. A few blocks away that same weekend, Austin police officers seriously injured two nonviolent protesters — a 20-year-old Black man and 16-year-old Hispanic boy — after shooting them in the heads with bean bag rounds. Texas is experiencing a spike in COVID-19 cases, which Gov. December 17, 2020. Once the door is closed it will look fully shut, though it won’t be secured, employees confirmed. May 26, 2020 – present (3 months, 1 week and 4 days) Location. US attorney Erica MacDonald said on Friday that she had charged Ivan Harrison Hunter, a 26-year-old Texas resident, with traveling across state lines to participate in a riot. Those arrested were charged with inciting a riot. Special agents have spent hundreds of hours this summer poring through social media posts, surveillance footage and YouTube videos to identify protesters they believed engaged in criminal activity, the agency said. Teal was booked, had his fingerprints taken and bonded out within the hour without being questioned by DPS, Carter said. How are prisoners able to pop their locks? "They show up [five cars] deep at his grandma’s house. Texas Gov. Travis County Attorney David Escamilla, who handles misdemeanor prosecutions in Texas’ capital city, said earlier this month that most of the cases presented by DPS are still being reviewed on an individual basis to determine whether to accept or reject them — and none have yet been accepted. The 61st night since the death of George Floyd was marked by clashes between police and demonstrators in Portland, Ore., and Tempe, Ariz., Monday, as hundreds more gathered in Austin, Texas… Jeremy Desel, a spokesman for the prison system, said that assertion “is not just false, it is completely offensive,” adding that incidents in which prisoners break out of their cells are always considered emergencies that are referred to the highest levels of the agency for review. Texas attorney general sues Austin over New Year’s Covid dining rules . But also blame it on the isolation of 2020. Several told us they usually shove cardboard, dominoes, wadded up paper or the tiny green bars of state-issued soap into the door while it’s open to make sure the latch doesn’t fully engage. Reaction to the killing of George Floyd by the Minneapolis Police Department. At least one DPS case has already been rejected, but it was not one the agency has announced in its many press releases on its investigation. Dallas police said they made at least 74 arrests on Saturday night. Carter said on July 28, seven DPS officers in five police cars showed up at the house with guns drawn. The weekend after the May 25 death of George Floyd, a Black man who died after a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck long after he lost consciousness, protests across Texas and the nation erupted in a revived movement against police brutality and racial injustice. They said the people DPS has spent so much time searching for and sometimes repeatedly arresting are not suspected of serious offenses or tied to any organized destruction, yet they are still being harshly interrogated. Tear gas fired on protesters. As a nonprofit newsroom, we rely on members to help keep our stories free and our events open to the public. “This problem makes that all but impossible.”. The majority of the 14 people DPS says have been jailed as part of the investigation so far are suspected of only misdemeanor crimes, like pushing onto closed Capitol grounds or tossing water out of a bottle onto an officer, according to DPS press releases and arrest affidavits. Teal, an 18-year-old recent high school graduate, was counting down the weeks until college when he found out he was wanted on suspicion of a felony in July. The department has also publicly announced arrests and repeatedly offered up to $1,000 in cash for the public’s help in naming the often-masked Capitol protesters seen in grainy screenshots investigators pull from compiled footage. Find a complete list of them here. If you see anything like this, you can text 911 and let us know so we can remove them. Members of Indivisible 24, a local chapter of the political progressive nonprofit, stand outside a Trump supporter event at The Marq in Southlake, Texas on Saturday, October 24, 2020. A lot of them are plants by agencies. State Troopers stood guard on the state Capitol grounds during a May 31 protest against the death of George Floyd. She was then booked back into jail in July for actions during the same protest, she said. Do you value our journalism? Last night, ... Texas 75201. “The way DPS is doing it … is that they will arrest them again ... screw up their day and then get bonded out again” Quinzi said. A Texas Guerrillas member who calls himself, "Apex," third from right, and others carry weapons at a Black Lives Matter rally in Austin, Texas, U.S., Aug. 1, 2020. Then, on June 25, DPS announced a new arrest — 23-year-old Godsey, who is white, was picked up on suspicion of a felony criminal mischief charge. Executive director Chas Moore said in a video announcing the cancellation that “white people ... have used Black pain and Black outrage to just completely become anarchists in this moment.” Moore did not respond to The Texas Tribune for this article. Protestors break windows and light a … Greg Abbott declared a State of Disaster Sunday and authorized federal agents to serve as Texas police officers. One former employee showed The Marshall Project a video of a coworker in South Texas demonstrating exactly how it’s done. ALAMO, Texas — President Donald Trump on Tuesday took no responsibility for his part in fomenting a violent insurrection at the U.S. Capitol last week, despite his comments encouraging supporters to march on the Capitol and praise for them while they were still carrying out the assault. Police declare riots as protests turn violent in cities nationwide; 1 demonstrator dead in Austin Police declared 'riots' in Oregon, Washington, California and Virginia. Let’s be clear. The prison was understaffed. Carter said DPS had asked that Teal turn himself directly in to the agency, but the attorney declined. Though keeping prisoners locked up may seem like the most basic task for a corrections department, the inability to do so isn’t unique to Texas; last year in Arizona, the prison system director abruptly retired after an investigation into the agency’s failure to fix broken locks even when they were linked to assaults and deaths. Bernstein said DPS also obtained a warrant to track and trace Godsey’s phone prior to the arrest, which she had never seen before. Statewide there’s even a slang term for it: keying the door. After calling the agency director to learn more about how prisoners were able to get out of their cells, and how much officials knew, he added: “They’re fully aware of it, it’s not a monetary issue—it’s just trying to stay ahead of the offenders.”. Current and former officers recounted assaults on their coworkers by men who’d unlocked their doors, and one prisoner described carrying out such an assault himself. Portland, Seattle Declare Riots; Chicago Pushback: Protest Wrap Bloomberg News July 26, 2020, 10:34 AM EDT Updated on July 26, 2020, 1:51 PM EDT Nearly half of the arrestees are Black. Cassidy Nordstrom said she was jailed for two days after being arrested on Interstate 35 in May, near the Capitol protest, but police didn’t file paperwork so she was released. 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