Dozens in Davis demand police accountability at vigil for Tyre Nichols

Around 60 people gathered at Central Park in Davis Sunday night for a vigil in honor of Tyre Nichols. The vigil came amid a wave of protests across the nation over the weekend, after the Memphis Police Department released body camera video showing five now-former officers beating Nichols during a traffic stop earlier this month. Nichols died in the hospital three days later. Many are now calling for changes regarding police accountability. In Davis, dozens of people came together to light candles and write messages in the wake of the deadly police beating. Even though Davis is more than 2,000 miles away from Memphis, many said what happened to Nichols hits close to home.