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After a night of looting & rioting resulting in 17 arrests and damaged businesses, Aurora Strong shone through their clean up efforts and community spirit.
A protest in Naperville turned to looting and vandalism after 9pm curfew. Reporter Casey Krajewski reports via Facebook live from Downtown Naperville.
A peaceful protest marched from the corner of Chicago and Washington to the Naperville Police Station. Community and city leaders attended.
The Naperville Police Department and Naper Notify issued statements on the closing of City Hall and suggested that downtown business in Naperville close early.
Mayor Chirico addressed the city to discuss looting and violence after curfew on June 1. Police Chief Marshall warns of further events in nearby cities.
Breaking Updates – With potential protests today in Naperville, the Naperville Police Department closed City Hall and has encouraged downtown businesses to close.
NCTV17’s Christian Canizal reported live on Monday morning from Aurora as community members cleaned the streets in the aftermath of Sunday’s violence and looting.
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