Police on Saturday identified three Manhattan residents arrested in connection with the violent Tire Nichols protests in Times Square.
Candy Nicole, 25, was charged with assault, hate crime assault and two counts of obstructing governmental administration for punching one officer in the nose and another in the head Friday night, according to the NYPD.
Argenis Rivera, 33, was charged with criminal mischief for jumping on a New York City cruiser and smashing the windshield with his foot, police said.
Kathryn Stone, 34, was issued an appearance ticket for criminal mischief and possession of graffiti tools after she defaced the officer’s car, authorities said.
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The trio were handcuffed at the Crossroads of the World after protests over Nicholls’ beating death turned violent.
The Times Square protest was one of several that erupted in the Big Apple as the sun went down. Others come from Union Square and Grand Central Terminal.
Nichols died earlier this month after being arrested by Memphis police. The five officers involved in the traffic stop were charged with murder on Thursday. Nichols and the five cops were black.
The death of the 29-year-old Fed Ex driver has drawn condemnation from leaders across the country as they call for peaceful protests after the release of graphic footage showing Nichols being beaten and dined.