10 Arrests made in Baltimore Citywide Curfew
After a violent outbursts on Monday, many wondered what would happen in the final minutes leading up to the curfew.
While some protesters disobeyed the time set for the curfew, and instructions given by police, each side waited to see what the other side would do.
But this time, police had help and lots of it.
Some 2,000 National Guardsmen and more than 1,000 police officers from across Maryland and neighboring states were assigned to the streets of Baltimore on Tuesday night, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan said.
Authorities made 10 arrests: seven for violating curfew, two for looting and one for disorderly conduct, Police Commissioner Anthony Batts said.
With the renewed peace, Baltimore city schools will reopen Wednesday. Cleanup will continue.