Charges have been filed against three of the nine people who were arrested during the protest Monday night, according to the Alameda County District Attorney's Office.
Alameda County District Attorney spokeswoman Teresa Drenick said six people were cited and released and prosecutors will decide later whether to charge them.
Lamar Caldwell, 27, and Tanzeen Doha, 34, were both charged with felony vandalism for allegedly breaking a glass storefront window at the Men's Wearhouse at 300 Frank Ogawa Plaza valued at more than $400.
Oakland police Officer Gregg Williams said in a probable cause statement that officers saw Tanzeen "swing his right arm above his head while holding an object in his hand and strike the window of the Men's Wearhouse with the object," causing the glass in the window frame to crash down.
Officer John Romero said in a probable cause statement that officers saw Caldwell "using an unknown object to strike the large storefront window at least two to three times until the window shattered."
Romero said Caldwell "was unprovoked" and "intentionally and maliciously broke the window with the intention of causing property damage to the business."
Drenick said Caldwell was arraigned in Alameda County Superior Court today and was ordered to stay away from Broadway between 14th and 15th streets, which is the area near the Men's Wearhouse. He's in custody in lieu of $10,000 bail, she said.
However, Drenick said Zoha failed to appear in court today after he was released on bail so a $10,000 bench warrant was issued for him.
Jeffrey Clark, 30, was charged with one count of misdemeanor battery on a police officer and one count of misdemeanor assault for allegedly attacking a second officer on Monday night.
Officer Francisco Negrete said in a probable cause statement that he saw Clark "pick up a rock from the ground and intentionally throw it at me," hitting him in his left shoulder.
Negrete said Clark fled into the crowd but when police were in the process of arresting a suspect "Clark then again picked up another rock and raised his right hand over his head in a throwing position" so he took Clark into custody.
Drenick said Clark will be arraigned at a later date.
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