MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (KTTC) -- Shots have been fired at officers in Minneapolis as they work to enforce the curfew. The Minnesota Department of Public Safety says no troopers have been injured.
Despite a curfew going into effect at 8 p.m. Friday, it was not enforced until after 11 o'clock.
A tweet from Minnesota Department of Public Safety says multiple arrests have been made:
According to a tweet by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, 350 troopers and officers are on the ground near the Fifth Precinct building.
They're there to clear the area and enforce the curfew.
That tweet was followed by one from Gov. Tim Walz who asked residents to comply with the curfew.
Cable news video showed tear gas being deployed in the area of the 5th precinct building. New fires also ignited in several areas of the city.