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Several arrested during night five of protests in Charlotte

(John Sparks | WBTV) (John Sparks | WBTV)
CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) -

Several people were arrested during overnight protests, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police announced Sunday morning. 

Saturday marked the fifth night in a row protesters have taken to the streets since the fatal shooting of Keith Lamont Scott. Scott was fatally shot Tuesday by a Charlotte officer. 

Wednesday appeared to be the most violent of the protests, with some people looting, damaging property and blocking roadways. 

Below are the arrests from Saturday night into Sunday morning, according to CMPD. 

  • Daniel Caleb Santos-Romero, 26 of Texas, was arrested and charged with impeding traffic and possession of a homemade weapon. 
  • O'Neal Garmonyou Willie, 20 of Charlotte, was arrested and charged with urinating in public and possession of marijuana.
  • Javarious Qashawn McIlwain, 21 of Charlotte, was arrested and charged with violating curfew and disorderly conduct.
  • Khalil Wallace, 18 of Charlotte, was arrested and charged with assault on a government official. Wallace was wanted for damage to property during Wednesday night's protests. 

Several others wanted in Wednesday night's protests were arrested by Sunday morning.

RELATED: Four more arrests made, more wanted in violent uptown Charlotte protests

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