Officers shot and killed a man while conducting a traffic stop near the site of George Floyd's death on Wednesday night.
The move, which would cost in the region of $500,000, was heavily debated during a meeting on Tuesday.
More than 600 demonstrators protesting President Donald Trump's handling of election results were arrested on Interstate I-94 in Minneapolis.
At least 200 protesters participated in a demonstration that stopped traffic along Minnesota's I-94 freeway on Wednesday night.
"The fact that he's at home chilling, eating, relaxing and not in a cell where he should be at, is ridiculous," said a friend of Floyd's.
The validity of the claims was questioned on social media, with one commenting: "When you try to false flag the left, but you don't know what the anarchist symbol looks like."
The masked suspect reportedly refused to co-operate after allegedly trying to push the boat downstream using a pole.
According to the analysis, in Chicago, Black drivers were four times as likely to be stopped when compared to white drivers, while in Philadelphia, Los Angeles and San Francisco, Black drivers were about three times more likely to be stopped by police.
Benjamin Ryan Teeter, 22, who was charged with providing support to a foreign terrorist organization, told CNN in June "people think I'm part of a Nazi group—I'm not."
Attorney General Keith Ellison, who will be the case's lead prosecutor, filed motions seeking "upward departure" in the sentencing guidelines, meaning that he is asking the judge to impose a sentence greater than what the guideline range provides.
Police Chief Medaria Arradondo said officer's injuries "it could have been a lot worse" if he was not wearing helmet.
"What transpired yesterday does not bring us closer to safety," Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said. "It does not bring us closer to advancing racial justice in the way we all want."
The unrest came after a Black homicide suspect shot himself while being pursued by police.
The lawyer for Thomas Lane, who is charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder and manslaughter, says his client "did nothing wrong" in a new court filing.
EMS workers allegedly injected the man with 500 milligrams of ketamine, leaving him in the ICU on a ventilator for two days.
The motion alleged that Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman "abdicated his duties as a prosecutor and must be removed from the case."
The Democratic Party's war on cops is severely harming urban America.
Governor Tim Walz said, "I don't think the mayor knew what he was asking for," after Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey said his requests for the National Guard weren't taken seriously by the governor.
"I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm sorry," Floyd said as officers came to his vehicle with a gun drawn.
Golden Valley Police Department officers confronted visitors at a beach, prepared to issue citations for violating indecent exposure laws.
Civil rights attorney Ben Crump, along with co-counsel Antonio Romanucci, will announce the civil lawsuit on behalf of the Floyd family in a news conference in Minneapolis on Wednesday.
Terry Willis started walking from his home in from Huntsville, Alabama, toward the Minnesota city on June 2 after seeing the widely shared video of Floyd's death.
The lawyer said that many of the police he represents were present on the day rioters burned down the Third Precinct, some of who wrote final notes to loved ones believing they would die.
Around 150 officers would be able to claim 60 percent of their average salary for 20 years if their claims are accepted.
"It is not fair or reasonable for the defendant to stand trial on the charges," wrote Thomas Lane's attorney in a memorandum.
The baby was successfully delivered at Hennepin County Medical Center.
The chief of the Minneapolis Police Department, Medaria Arradondo, urged the union's leadership to "be on the right side of history" in a CBS '60 Minutes' interview set to air in full on Sunday night.