St. Louis Police Reportedly Chanted, ‘Whose Streets, Our Streets,’ After Arresting Protesters

Police officers arrest a man during the later protest on Delmar Boulevard in University City on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. Earlier in the night a large peaceful protest blocked traffic and filled the streets with people. The earlier protest had no property damage and no arrests. But after many of those protesters had left a second more confrontational protest start along Delmar Boulevard. Some people in the crowd threw objects at the police. (David Carson/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/TNS via Getty Images)
Police officers in St. Louis reportedly chanted, "Whose streets, our streets," after arresting protesters early Monday morning, according to a video and several accounts from journalists on the ground.