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Three Men Charged With Setting CTA Van On Fire During Civil Unrest Last Summer

CHICAGO (CBS) — Three men are facing federal arson charges, after authorities say they set a Chicago Transit Authority van on fire during the widespread civil unrest in the city last May.

According to the indictment, 24-year-old Denzal Stewart, 23-year-old Lamar Taylor, and 19-year-old Darion Lindsey destroyed a CTA van by setting it on fire on May 30.

READ MORE: Scathing Inspector Generals Report Says CPD Was Unprepared, Disorganized, And Without A Plan During Civil Unrest In Wake Of George Floyd Protests In Chicago

The indictment does not state where the incident took place, but widespread looting, arson, and violence erupted downtown on that evening in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. The unrest later spread to the city’s neighborhoods over the span of the next few days.

READ MORE: Mayor Lori Lightfoot Stands By CPD Supt. David Brown In Wake Of Scathing Report On Police Handling Of Summer Protests, Looting

Stewart and Taylor were arrested Wednesday morning and pleaded guilty later in the day at their arraignment hearings. They’re due back in court on Friday for detention hearings.

Lindsey already was in custody on an unrelated charge, and his arraignment has not yet been set.

MORE NEWS: Mayor Lori Lightfoot And Ald. Raymond Lopez Have Foul-Mouthed Argument Over Looting; ‘You’re 100% Full Of S***’ Mayor Says

All three men face 5 to 20 years in prison if convicted.

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