CHARLOTTE, NC (WJZY) - Charlotte city leaders gathered Friday morning to give an update on the third night of protests in Charlotte.
Mayor Roberts said the city continues to maintain their level of resources and the city is in preparation for the weekend.
Mayor: This curfew is a tool that allows us to adjust enforcement at the direction of law enforcement.— Kayla Ayres (@KaylaFOX46) September 23, 2016
Mayor Roberts said schools and day cares are exempt from the curfew, but bars and restaurants will be closing at midnight.
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CMPD Chief Putney said around 8:30 p.m. protesters started blocking streets and at 8:45 p.m. some protesters at Romare Bearden Park put on gas masks. They were told that there was a violent group out of South Carolina coming in.
.@CMPD Chief Kerr Putney: about 8:45 last night protestors began putting on gas masks, got Intel that there was violent group out of SC— Robin Kanady (@RobinFox46) September 23, 2016
Chief Putney said the call about violent groups coming in his what prompted the call for curfew.
Putney: city building vandalized last night #CLTriots— Robin Kanady (@RobinFox46) September 23, 2016
The protesting groups began to dissipate around 1:45 a.m. according to Chief Putney. One National Guard member was treated for minor injuries and three CMPD officers, according to Chief Putney.
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There were a total of three arrests.
Chief: We had a total of 3 arrests, one for carrying concealed weapon.— Kayla Ayres (@KaylaFOX46) September 23, 2016
Chief Putney said this would be his last update on the death of Keith Lamont Scott because it's being turned over to the State Bureau of Investigation.
Chief says video is believed to be panacea sometimes, and that's not the case.— Kayla Ayres (@KaylaFOX46) September 23, 2016
Mayor Roberts said, "I lean towards transparency in everything our city does. However, I know there's a delicate balance in an ongoing investigation."
.@CLTMayor: I believe in releasing the video, but the question is timing— Robin Kanady (@RobinFox46) September 23, 2016
Chief Putney said the time has to be right in released the dash and body cam video.
POLICE CHIEF: I've reviewed one body cam and one dash cam. A lot of it is not relevant to what we want to capture. #ReleasetheTape— Caroline Fountain (@FountainFox46) September 23, 2016
Chief: It's not that I want to hide anything. It's that I want to deliver the whole story.— Kayla Ayres (@KaylaFOX46) September 23, 2016
Mayor Roberts said she has seen 2 videos of the #KeithScott shooting & she said there was something in Scott's hand.— Logan Sherrill (@LoganFox46) September 23, 2016
Mayor Roberts said there are things that will be different this weekend and some businesses are operating on different schedules.