Police reported that protesters in Caesarea blocked traffic on Rothschild Street, disrupted Netanyahu's neighbors, resisted police officers, and lit torches.

The police declared the demonstration illegal and demanded that its participants disperse.

It's been reported that one of the activists was detained for urging others to block the road in defiance of police orders.

The police press service also stated that a car carrying protesters in Caesarea was stopped for inspection, revealing "hundreds of torches" inside. The owner of the car was detained, and the illegal cargo was seized.

Furthermore, on the morning of March 21, dozens of car tires were discovered near Netanyahu’s house, which police believe the protesters had prepared to set on fire later that evening.