A North Carolina sheriff is working to determine and cost protesters who toppled an almost century-previous Accomplice statue.
Durham County Sheriff Mike Andrews issued a press release Tuesday that investigators are utilizing video footage to determine these liable for toppling the statue. Regulation enforcement officers took video all through the protest Monday in downtown Durham.
However they did not intervene as demonstrators climbed a ladder, hooked up a rope after which pulled down the statue. The protest was in response to violence at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend.
Andrews stated he selected to train restraint. He stated he met with county leaders and protest organizers beforehand and was conscious of the potential for vandalism.
County officers did not instantly reply to messages asking whether or not the statue can be put again up.