Lubbock Police Chief Floyd Mitchell, LPD staff participate in silent walk condemning George Floyd’s murder

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LUBBOCK, Texas — The Lubbock Police Department announced that Chief Floyd Mitchell and other executive staff would participate in the 100 Black Men of West Texas solidarity walk Monday evening.

LPD said the walk was to “condemn the actions of those involved in George Floyd’s murder.”

The walk started outside the police department at 916 Texas Avenue and went to Citizens Tower, according to LPD.

(The live event is over. Please use the video player above a replay.)

Image of Floyd Mitchell from Lubbock Police Department

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