Update: Brian Jennings was arrested by Grand Rapids police Thursday afternoon. The Kent County Prosecutor's office initially told Michigan Radio Jennings was charged with destruction of property separately from the destruction that happened in the downtown core on Saturday night. Since then, Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker says additional charges have been filed for rioting, breaking and entering and destruction of property at 82 Ionia on Saturday. The Kent County Prosecutors office is located in the building.
Hundreds of angry people with no leader, and no plan.
A city, and a police department, on edge.
That was Grand Rapids again last night, less than a week after protests downtown turned to destruction and looting.
But last night, things turned out differently.