A number of people were pointed out and a Dallas activist was jailed after a “disruption” throughout a rally in Downtown Dallas late Saturday morning, authorities say.
Officers reacted to the demonstration at Main Street Garden Park at about 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Dallas authorities said. From the rally, several people were detained and required to Dallas Cops Head office to be questioned.
One of individuals detained by authorities was Dallas activist Dominique Alexander, according to his group the Next Generation Action Network.
After authorities ran a “subject check” on Alexander, they said he had outstanding warrants and was jailed. He was positioned in the Central Detention Center.
All the other individuals detained by authorities were pointed out for their function in the disruption.
The rally was organized by conservative activist Brandon Straka, according to a press release.
Cops said they knew a video on social networks which showed a man with a weapon at the rally. Cops said based on video they had actually seen, it did not appear the male pointed the weapon at anyone.
Cops asked anyone with more info about the event to call Det. Jerry Hernandez at 469-682-1172.