Second night in a row.
Via ABC reporter Gisela M Perez:
Update: Rather odd way of honoring St. Skittles.
(Washington Times) — Protests in the wake of the George Zimmerman not-guilty verdict have been peaceful across most the country, but anger and violence are escalating in California.
At least 13 people were arrested Monday night after multiple acts of vandalism and assaults in the city’s Crenshaw District, according to the Associated Press.
The protesters reportedly broke windows, attacked people on sidewalks and even raided a Wal-Mart store.
A freeway in the San Francisco Bay Area also was blocked by an angry crowd.
About 150 people were involved in the violence, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Update: Toure unavailable for comment.