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Breaking News | October 28th Rally

Joint Statement of City of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. – The City of Murfreesboro Police Department and the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office will partner with federal, state, and other local law enforcement agencies to ensure the constitutional rights and safety of citizens at an event, Saturday, October 28 in downtown Murfreesboro.

The League of the South has filed an application with both the City and County to hold a rally between 1:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. on the Public Square. The League of the South is expected to be joined by affiliated groups. Other individuals and groups are expected as counter protestors.

“Teams of officers will safeguard the area,” Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh and Murfreesboro Police Interim Chief Michael Bowen said in a joint statement. “We ask everyone to maintain lawful behavior.”

While the views of the League of the South are not from this community and do not represent those of the City and County, the First Amendment provides a right to free speech and a right to peaceably assemble, and, thus, neither the City nor the County can legally prohibit the event. The City and County, however, have carefully planned various measures to preserve and promote public safety, before, during, and after the event.

Some in our community might feel compelled to witness the demonstrations, but in the interest of reducing tension and avoiding conflicts, the City of Murfreesboro and Rutherford County government strongly encourage community members to avoid the Public Square Oct. 28.

As the sixth fastest-growing mid-sized community in the nation and home to MTSU, the largest undergraduate university in Tennessee, the City and County are proud of the community we are building and the diversity of its residents.

“The City, County, and its partners are committed to both the Constitution and public safety,” Fitzhugh and Bowen said. “Be assured, officers will take every step necessary to protect both. The slightest indication of disruption or violence will initiate immediate law enforcement action to uphold the rights of citizens and ensure their safety.”

For safety reasons, officers will close the downtown Square to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic at 3 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 28.

Counterdemonstrators will be permitted to enter Public Square via South Church Street and South Maple Street only. Officers will search everyone in the vicinity of the rally site. No weapons or masks will be permitted in the vicinity of the rally. A list of prohibited items will be released in advance of the event.

Drivers must remove their cars from the Public Square and from all streets within a one-block radius of Public Square by 3 a.m. Saturday, or the cars will be towed. The street closures within this one-block radius include:

• College Street between North Walnut and North Spring Street.

• East and West Main Street between Walnut Street and Spring Street.

• Vine Street between South Walnut Street and South Spring Street.

• Walnut Street between West College Street and West Vine Street.

• Maple Street between West College Street and West Vine Street.

• Church Street between East College Street and East Vine Street.

• Spring Street between East College Street and East Vine Street.

• West Tommy Martin Drive between Vine Street and N.W. Broad Street.

“We understand the temporary street closures will inconvenience our residents and visitors,” Fitzhugh and Bowen said. “We ask you to pre-plan alternate routes, expect some traffic delays and be patient.”

Law enforcement officers coordinated with fire, medical, emergency management and public works agencies in planning for Saturday’s event.

“All official information will be posted strictly on the City of Murfreesboro’s government social media sites. For accurate updates please follow the City of Murfreesboro on Facebook and Twitter @cityofmborotn. #BORO1028

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For safety reasons, backpacks, purses and other bags will not be allowed into the rally Saturday in downtown Murfreesboro, said Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh and Murfreesboro Interim Police Chief Michael Bowen.

“To ensure everyone’s safety, many items will be prohibited from the area,” Fitzhugh and Bowen said in a joint statement. “We will require everyone to comply with the restrictions. We are committed to taking precautions to keep the area secure.”

No person, other than authorized law enforcement and public safety personnel, will be allowed to have any weapons or items capable of being used as weapons within a one-block radius of Public Square. Law enforcement will be using hand-held magnetometers (metal detectors) to screen everyone wanting to enter this area. Any person attempting to enter this area with a prohibited item will be turned away and required to discard the item or store it in a vehicle before being rescreened.

People are asked to review the prohibited items ahead of time and refrain from bringing these items to the downtown area.

All weapons and items used as weapons will not be allowed.

Prohibited items include:
· Aerosol cans, spray cans and pressurized canisters;
· Air horns and similar noise-making devices;
· Alcohol;
· Ammunition;
· Axes, ax handles and hatchets;
· Balloons;
· Baseball and softball bats;
· Batons and clubs;
· Bicycles;
· Bicycle locks, including U-Lock bike locks;
· Biological agents or biohazards;
· Blades and bladed items, including knives, daggers, swords and razor blades;
· Bolts;
· Bows and arrows;
· Bricks;
· Coolers;
· Drones and other unmanned aircraft systems;
· Eggs;
· Explosives;
· Firearms, including licensed concealed or open-carry firearms;
· Fireworks;
· Gasoline, kerosene or any other flammable liquid;
· Glass bottles;
· Glass, thermal or metal containers;
· Hazardous chemical agents (including bio toxins, blister agents/vesicants, blood agents, caustics/acids,, pulmonary agents, incapacitating agents, nerve agents, riot control agents/tear gas, organic solvents, metallic or other poisons;
· Heavy gauge chains;
· Ice picks;
· Laser pointers;
· Lengths of lumber or wood;
· Liquids, including water;
· Metal beverage or food cans or containers;
· Metal or PVC pipes;
· Metal nuts;
· Packages that are sealed/unopened or whose contents cannot be readily determined by law enforcement;
· Pepper spray, mace and similar substances;
· Poles;
· Rocks;
· Rolled coins;
· Selfie sticks;
· Shields;
· Signs not constructed solely of foam core, cardboard or paper;
· Skateboards;
· Spears;
· Sticks and staffs;
· Tasers and stun guns;
· Tent/canopy poles or stakes;
· Torches, lanterns or any other devices that use fire or fuel;
· Toy or replica weapons;
· Tripods for cameras or video cameras;
· Umbrellas;
· Wagons/carts;
· Wooden dowels; and
· Any other item, which in the assessment of law enforcement could be used as a weapon or otherwise presents an unreasonable risk to public safety. Other prohibited items include:
· Helmets;
· Bullet-proof vests and other protective vests/body armor;
· Masks of any kind (including gas masks and costume masks);
· Tents or canopies.

No animals will be permitted except for working service animals as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Acts. Law enforcement officers may remove the service animal if determined to be a significant risk to the safety of others.

Organizers of the League’s event will be allowed to bring one electronic sound-amplification device and related equipment. No other electronic sound equipment will be permitted.

Signs, banners and flags will be permitted but without the use of handles, poles, rods, rope or any other similar item to eliminate the potential for using such items as weapons.

Individuals with mobility disabilities will be permitted to use manually-powered wheelchairs and other manually-powered mobility aids such as walkers, crutches and cans unless law enforcement determines the presence of the device presents a significant and unreasonable risk to the safety of others.

Individuals with motorized wheelchairs may be allowed after law enforcement officers inspect the wheelchair and determine it does not present a significant and unreasonable risk to the safety of others.

No automobiles, trucks, motorcycles or other motorized vehicles will be allowed within the restricted area except law enforcement and other public safety vehicles.

Vehicles parked within the downtown area after 3 a.m. Saturday will be towed at the owner’s expense. In addition, no vehicles may be parked between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Saturday on the following streets:
· Vine Street between South Walnut Street and South Academy Street;
· College Street between North Walnut Street and North Spring Street;
· Walnut Street between West Vine Street and West College Street;
· Spring Street between East Sevier Street and East College Street and
· Tommy Martin Drive.

Vehicles parked on any of these streets between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. will be towed at the owner’s expense.