RALEIGH (WTVD) -- Protests over George Floyd's death continued Sunday night throughout the country, including in North Carolina.
Groups marched to demand change and justice throughout American institutions with some demonstrations turning violent with a tenor of anger and unrest. More than 20 states have enacted the National Guard with more than a dozen major cities under a curfew. In Raleigh, police were seen clearing the scene around Blount and Hargett streets Monday at 4:30 a.m. after a hectic weekend.
In Raleigh, there was damage beyond the downtown area. Mayor Mary Ann Baldwin will enact a curfew on Monday after looting and vandalism occurred at areas surrounding North Hills and Triangle Town Center Sunday night. Four were arrested from incidents at Triangle Town Center with three arrests stemming from North Hills.
Stores such as Target, Ross, Dick's Sporting Goods and Walmart were damaged around Triangle Town Center.
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