Another suspect arrested for vandalism of Nashville’s Historic Courthouse during riots

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Another suspect is facing charges of aggravated rioting and vandalism for the attack on Nashville’s Historic Courthouse during riots that followed last Saturday’s “I Will Breathe” rally.

According to Metro police, 25-year-old Nicholas Barrett used a skateboard to break out windows at the courthouse. Officers said he later threw a skateboard at a marked patrol car on Second Avenue and Commerce Street, damaging the drivers side window.

At least three other people have already been charged with vandalizing the Historic Courthouse, including setting fires inside the building, according to police.

The latest on the protests and riots following the “I Will Breathe” rally in Nashville:

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