Two arrests were made in Seattle on Sunday and a dozen police officers were injured—one requiring hospitalization after a march through downtown escalated into vandalism and looting.
Several windows were smashed on the East Precinct, and a fire was started in the lobby, later extinguished by police.

The demonstration came amid ongoing nationwide protests sparked by the police-involved death of George Floyd, a Black Minneapolis man, in late May, reports Fox News.

The demonstration began mid-afternoon near the intersection of 3rd Avenue and Pine Street.
Crowds can be seen blocking the intersection, shown on a photo posted on Seattle’s DOT traffic channel.

Around 2:30 p.m., Seattle journalist Katie Daviscourt tweeted a video of a crowd of people outside an Amazon Go building, where a group was seen smashing windows and spray-painting the building.

“Antifa Militants and Black Lives Matter rioters are breaking into Amazon Go Downtown Seattle,” Daviscourt tweeted. “This protest has turned into a riot.”
Just before 5 p.m., Seattle police sent out a tweet, as the crowd continued on down Pike St. Two people were arrested outside the West Precinct.


Elizabeth Turnball posted a video showing doors smashed to Walgreens on Pine before Broadway.

Seattle police were working to block off the entrance to Interstate 5 so protesters could not enter, Seattle’s KING-TV reported.
Police said demonstrators had “leaving behind a trail of property destruction.”
“These are criminal acts, not peaceful protests,” police said.