No arrests made after anti-Trump protest, vandalism, New Orleans police say
Graffiti on Gallier Hall in New Orleans on Wednesday, November 9, 2016.
No arrests have been made in connection with Wednesday night's (Nov. 9) graffiti and vandalism after a Donald Trump protest
was held in New Orleans' Lee Circle, police said Thursday morning. It wasn't immediately clear who was responsible for the vandalism.
However, New Orleans police said officers issued a summons to one man who got into a physical fight with some of the protesters. No more information was immediately available about that summons.
NOPD did not say if any citations or arrests were expected later.