Washington DC man accused of attempting to burn down police station indicted


During the early days of the George Floyd protests. If convicted, the 39 year old could face decades in prison and 1/4 $1,000,000 fine. Not long after dawn on May 29th police say they found Jeremy Pace outside their fourth district station on Georgia Avenue. It was right after a gasoline filled laundry container exploded and burned the sidewalk. The federal complaint claims Pace asked his social media followers to join him there and riot with the rest of the nation, But it didn't work out that way. D C's acting U S Attorney says people have the right to peacefully protest, but those choosing violence will be prosecuted. Hillary Howard W. T. O P News Most people arrested in Arlington last year were black

Coming up next