The demonstration came after Krewson read the names and addresses of people calling for police reform during a live Facebook video on Friday afternoon, the affiliate reported.
Krewson released a statement later that day saying the names and addresses he read are public information, according to the affiliate.
In a tweet on Friday, the mayor apologized and said he had no intention of hurting anyone.
“I would like to apologize for identifying the people who presented letters to me today at City Hall. This was during one of my Facebook updates when I answered routine questions,” Krewson said in a tweet. “I never intended to harm anyone or cause distress. The update is removed and again, I apologize.”
Despite calls for his resignation on Sunday night, Krewson will not resign.
“The mayor apologized, acknowledged the mistake and that there was absolutely no malicious intent, and withdrew the video,” the mayor’s communications director, Jacob Long, told CNN Sunday night. “She will not resign.”