There were MANY reasons for it. Your acting like a defense attorney who attacks each point of evidence as something independent and not taking the whole picture into account. There were multiple reports, in addition to fire hazards, public health hazards..... and the REFUSAL TO ALLOW POLICE, FIRE, AND MEDICAL PERSONNEL TO ENTER TO DO THEIR JOB. Funny nobody has been bothering to address that part.And do you clear out an entire community of people because of a crime report? Do you empty a 500 room hotel because somebody did something suspected to be illegal in a room or two? Do you empty a subdivision of people because somebody had a wild party or a runner peed in somebody's back yard? I understand that you will see a difference in a persons right to be in a hotel room or a subdivision as opposed to being in a park - and I do too - however, before we begin to go down the road involving violence with hundreds of citizens and police officers, there needs to be a serious and actual reason for it.
Nothing anyone suggests will be enough to convince you, that much is obvious.If you can demonstrate a serious danger to the safety of the public, I am more than willing to entertain a need for action upon that danger.
Maybe these "peaceful" "non-violent" protesters should think about obeying the law.We would have to look at it when the situation arose and make a proper evaluation of the entire situation and weigh the possible negative effects of taking confrontational and possibly violent action.