Watch replay: Orlando, Orange County implement curfew after George Floyd protests

Mayor Buddy Dyer
Mayor Buddy Dyer

In the wake of fights of the passing of George Floyd, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, and Orlando Police Chief Rolón, just as Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and Sheriff John Mina, on Sunday tended to the media and responded to inquiries regarding the movement of the ongoing fight in the city.

At the presser, Orlando and Orange County declared a curfew starting Sunday night at 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. ordinarily “until further notice.”

On Saturday, dissidents walked to a few midtown destinations and attempted to walk on Interstate 4. Afterward, they advanced onto State Road 408 and halted traffic. Orlando Police used poisonous gas to scatter the dissenters from the cost street, which incited some analysis of Rolón’s area of expertise.

Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings and Orange County Sheriff John Mina are likewise at the question and answer session.