Heightened Security At Bank of America Stadium. Curfew Lifted

CHARLOTTE, NC — Protests continue in the Queen City for a sixth day after the deadly shooting of Keith Lamont Scott by a CMPD officer on Tuesday. Violence in Uptown made the headlines on Wednesday followed by the National Guard being called in to assist security on Thursday after a State of Emergency was declared. A curfew also took effect Thursday night from midnight to 6am and is still in effect Saturday night. There were many calls from protesters, city leaders and other prominent figures for the CMPD to release the body and dash cam footage recorded during the shooting death of Keith Lamont Scott. Saturday, Chief Putney announced the footage would be released. WCCB has been covering the events from the beginning and will continue to bring you the latest as it develops. Also follow WCCB on Twitter and Facebook for breaking updates.

Update 8pm: Protest march continues in Uptown. Police block protesters from entering the road, keeping them on the sidewalks.

Update 7:32pm: The City of Charlotte lifts the curfew, effective immediately.

Mayor Jennifer Roberts and Chairman of the Board of County Commissioners Trevor M. Fuller announce the City of Charlotte has lifted the curfew, effective immediately.

Mayor Roberts continues to urge the community to come together and show their unity in a peaceful and legal manner.

Update 5:30pm:

Update 1pm: 30-year-old Bruce Garmon was charged with carrying a concealed weapon near the Bank of America Stadium Sunday afternoon.

Update 12:30pm: Protesters link arms in front of Bank of America Stadium.

Update 12pm: There is a massive security effort surrounding the Panthers vs Vikings game.

Update 12:15am:

Continue to Saturday as it happened.

Watch WCCB NEWS @ TEN Saturday: Reaction To Released CMPD Footage Of The Shooting Of Keith Lamont Scott

Watch WCCB NEWS @ TEN Friday: Phone Footage Of Scott Shooting Emerges. Protests Continue Peacefully

Watch WCCB NEWS @ TEN Thursday: First Night With A Curfew Remains Peaceful

Watch WCCB NEWS @ TEN Wednesday: Second Day Of Protests Turn Violent

Watch WCCB NEWS @ TEN Tuesday: Protests Break Out After Man Killed In Officer-Involved Shooting In Charlotte