Around 4,000 people have been arrested in the US since George Floyd's death

There have been around 4,000 people arrested across the United States since the death of George Floyd sparked outrage and nationwide protests, according to CNN’s tally. 

The first arrests began on Tuesday, May 26, the day after Floyd’s death. 

In another development, A man was shot and killed by law enforcement early Monday morning in Louisville.

Louisville Chief Steve Conrad claimed that LMPD and the National Guard were breaking up a large group there when someone fired a shot at them. Law enforcement then returned fire.

Late night unrest in major cities: Protests in Washington, DC, New York City, and Philadelphia all saw clashes between protesters and police, continuing even after a curfew went into effect in DC and Philadelphia. There were large fires set, tear gas fired, buildings vandalized, and dozens arrested.

Source: Agencies