Additional warrants issued for four more protesters who Chattanooga police say blocked an emergency vehicle

A photo from Market and Main streets Friday night in which protesters blocked emergency vehicles. / Photo contributed by the Chattanooga Police Department.

The Chattanooga Police Department has obtained warrants for additional protestors, stating they also impeded the travel of an emergency vehicle attempting to get to an active call on Friday, July 10.

Joshua Tilford, 34, Cedric Josey, Jr., 24, Gerald Cowley, 19, and Daniel Cash, 39, join a group of four other protesters for whom warrants were issued on Sunday, according to a news release.

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Marie Mott, 32, Cameron Williams, 35, and Grason Harvey, 22, among the initial four, have already turned themselves in to officials.

Police say all eight face charges of disorderly conduct and blocking a highway and Tilford, Josey, Cowley, and Cash are asked to turn themselves in to the Hamilton County Jail.

Chattanooga police also announced this week that officers will be enforcing pedestrian traffic laws within city limits after several traffic-related incidents involving protesters.

Chattanooga police dispatchers received 28 calls since July 1, in relation to protesters blocking roadways, impeding traffic, and frightening community members attempting to travel by road, a release states.