Police in Philadelphia arrested at least 91 people during unrest Monday night and Tuesday morning, with three people being cited for failing to disperse and about a dozen being charged with assault of an officer.
The unrest came after Walter Wallace was killed when more than a dozen rounds were fired by two Philadelphia officers who say he refused calls to put down a knife in a confrontation that led to unrest in the predominantly Black neighborhood.
Wallace, 27, was shot in an episode filmed by a bystander and posted on social media. Bystanders and neighbors complained that police fired excessive shots.
Police had previously said 30 officers were injured in the unrest.
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