OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Omaha Police have released data on arrests made during city-wide protests which began on Friday.
All data is preliminary according to OPD and doesn't reflect an additional 44 people booked in Sarpy County Jail during Monday's protest in the Old Market.
While Omaha Police Chief Todd Schmaderer has said in recent days he was concerned that some protesters who were causing problems may be coming in from out-of-state, the data released today show all but 3 people arrested were from Nebraska or Iowa and all but 52 of the 262 people arrested were from Omaha.
See data below.