Fox News Flash top headlines for January 19 00:00 00:0002:44GO LIVE Facebook Twitter Email Embed SpeedNormal Autoplay At least a dozen people were arrested in Seattle — and two vehicles were impounded — Monday after a group of people showing their support for Black Lives Matter blocked a freeway, causing traffic delays throughout the afternoon. A video showed troopers with Washington State Patrol attempting to usher a group of people holding hands and sitting down off of the I-5 North collector-distributor road, all while afternoon traffic was forced to a standstill. The letters “BLM” could also be seen written across the roadway in what authorities confirmed with Fox News was spray paint. The incident began around 12:30 p.m. local time, when a group of people was seen near James Street walking onto the freeway. SEATTLE BOMB THREAT OUTSIDE FBI HEADQUARTERS IS FALSE ALARM; 1 IN CUSTODY The Washington State Department of Transportation’s traffic account tweeted that the NB I-5 collector-distributor road was closed due to police activity, backing up NB 5 past I-90. Footage broadcast by Q13 Fox showed law enforcement vehicles were later parked in a line on the freeway to separate demonstrators by the median from newly reopened lanes of traffic, as cars slowly passed by. Trooper Rick Johnson, the spokesman for the Washington State Patrol, confirmed to Fox News on Tuesday that 12 individuals had been arrested and cited for various offenses, including obstruction, disorderly conduct related to blocking a roadway and malicious mischief related to […]