Woman accused of provoking riots after posting Facebook video

According to a report, a Michigan woman faces up to 10 years behind bars to encourage others to plunder and throw bricks in buildings on a Facebook Live video.

Alexandria “Ally” Lyons posted the weekend live streaming video during the uprisings at Grand Rapids, which has damaged more than 100 businesses, MLive.com reported.

In it, according to Lyons’ court records, it appears that he probably drank beer stolen from a stick called Mojo in the Grand Rapids, and in the video it displayed clothes that allegedly shifted from F. David Barney Clothiers.

At another point, I heard the declaration of arrest, “It is heard many times that encourages friends and others to throw bricks or other objects in the windows of multiple businesses in the city center, and at one point it gets a brick and ‘tells him to go back to court”.

Lyons is also accused of stealing the jewels of a torn case on the sidewalk, and telling his friends “to buy a gold bracelet that is already silver”.

The police arrested the 22-year-old boy after a large number of people sent him to the police that he was “responsible for too much damage and creation in the city center”.

While at the police station, the police received a video with a text message that he claimed was kicking a window in a district building during the riots.

Lyons is accused of inciting a revolt that includes up to 10 years in prison and malicious destruction of property from a five-year crime. According to MLive.com, it is held on a $ 40,000 bond.

Grand Rapids fell into chaos over the weekend after George Floyd protested police death in Minneapolis.

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