Enquirer News Update - Updated 6:40 p.m.
Arrests continue on curfew's fourth night
The Cincinnati Enquirer
Fifty-seven adults and three juveniles were arrested
overnight for violating curfew, Cincinnati Police Lt.
Ray Ruberg reported Monday morning.
It was the fourth consecutive night of a curfew
designed to curtail last week's violence over the
death of Timothy Thomas, an unarmed black teen-ager
who was shot by a city police officer. No decision has
been made yet on whether the curfew will continue.
In addition to curfew violations, the Barr's Loan
Office pawn shop, 1724 Vine St., Over-the-Rhine, was
the scene of two break-ins overnight. During the
second break-in, two suspects were apprehended inside
and arrested, authorities said this morning.
A break-in also was reported at Washington Park
School, 115 W. 14th St. The mother of a juvenile
brought him to the police station, along with property
taken. The juvenile was arrested.
Other incidents included a break-in at 1714 Vine
St., and a citizen's van, unattended at 1523 Republic
St., was pelted with rocks. Three individuals were
seen throwing rocks, but were not apprehended.