St. Petersburg Police said they will begin fining protesters who walk into streets and block traffic.
According to Fox 13, St. Petersburg Police said they will begin enforcing pedestrian traffic rules following complaints about protesters blocking traffic.
The department said officers will start handing out flyers to warn pedestrians, including protesters. officers will then start issuing citations and fines of up to $62.50.
A woman out for a run in St. Petersburg, Florida, came across a decomposing human head on the side of the road on Tuesday, according to police. "We are asking the public if they saw anything suspicious, to let us know." https://t.co/XPMi60l7lm
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