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Top Charlotte news: 50 complaints on officers filed; concerns about lost revenue if RNC pulls out

Top Charlotte news: 50 complaints on officers filed; concerns about lost revenue if RNC pulls out
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By Hoodline - Published on June 04, 2020.

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Charlotte.

CMPD said Internal Affairs has received 50 complaints on officers since Friday

According to CMPD, 49 of the complaints were received on Wednesday.

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Local businesses worry about lost revenue if the city loses RNC

Many businesses were relying on the RNC to make up some of the lost revenue from COVID-19.

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City of Charlotte hosts community forums after incident between police and protesters

Charlotte Mayor Vi Lyles says there are no words to describe Tuesday night's incident on 4th Street where protesters appeared to have been trapped between different lines of CMPD officers.

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Charlotte clergy send message to city leaders after CMPD clash with protesters in uptown

"Our faith, our love for the city and our desire for accountable partnership compel us to write this letter," the letter reads.

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