A dozen people face hearings in Youngstown Municipal Court after being arrested during a curfew sweep in Youngstown Sunday night.

Following peaceful marches Sunday afternoon in Youngstown and Sharon protesting the police-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, curfews were imposed in three cities later that night.

Campbell and Struthers police reported no violations of curfews imposed in those cities.  However, an organized effort by several law enforcement agencies resulted in nearly a dozen arrests following evening demonstrations in Youngstown.

After directing traffic south along the Market Street Bridge, deputies, state troopers, and police moved in along Market and Front streets, and then north along Market Street, and west on Federal Street.

Below are the names of people booked into the Mahoning County Justice Center late Sunday.  Online county jail information does not list the home addresses of those arrested.

21 News is working to learn if those arrested are from the Valley.

Four of those arrested are scheduled for video arraignment Monday in Youngstown Municipal Court. Others were given a future court date and released from jaill


Kasey Badgley

Kasey Badgley, 23, curfew violation


Demond Belton

 Demond Belton, 25, resisting arrest, assault, approaching public safety vehicle during an emergency,


Lakeisha Cotton

 Lakeisha Cotton, 28, curfew violation, disorderly conduct


Dylan Ferraro

 Dylan Farraro, 23, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest


Tasia Ford

 Tasia Ford, 24, resisting arrest, assault, curfew violation


Deviel Jones

 Deviel Jones, 19, Obstructing official business, failure to comply with a police order


Craig Badgley

 Craig Badgley, 21, disorderly conduct, curfew violation


Roy Easterling

 Roy Easterling, 26, disorderly conduct, curfew violation


Marcus Finkley

 Marcus Finkley, 19, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest


Antwan Jones

 Antwan Jones, 20, curfew violation


Treyvonne Jones

 Treyvonne Jones, 19, Curfew Violation


Latrell Mickell

 Latrell Mickell, 19, curfew violation, disorderly conduct