Police Presense 300 block Bryant St NE Friday night 22nd around 10:30pm
- I was hoping to see some information on it here. Massive police presence on Bryant street (300 block NE) Friday night around 10:30 pm. Blocked off the street for several block. Seems to have originated on 4th street then onto Bryant. What happened? (As you probably know there is a lot of "activity" on that block). And any and all police effort is appreciated.
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