NEW YORK CITY (PIX11) -- At least 10 arrests were made overnight after thousands of demonstrators converged in Manhattan and Brooklyn for a second round of protests following the Ferguson grand jury's decision not to charge a police officer who killed an unarmed black teen.
Hundreds of protesters marched along the FDR Drive Tuesday evening, closing it to traffic for a while. The eastbound lanes of the Midtown Tunnel were closed momentarily. Protesters also gathered at the Barclays Center and surrounding streets in Prospect Heights. Elsewhere, there were demonstrations in Times Square, the East Village, Wall Street and other pockets around town.
The protesters originally gathered in Union Square Tuesday night before splitting up into several smaller groups, chanting "No justice, no peace." Some held signs reading, "Jail killer cops" and "Justice for Mike Brown."
One group marched uptown to Times Square, meandering through traffic as police followed. Some protesters tried to walk into the Lincoln Tunnel but were blocked by police.
Moments after the decision was announced Monday night, thousands gathered in the same spot, marching up to Times Square and closing the Brooklyn and RFK Bridges.
Despite the amount of protests, and tense moments with police, just one person -- who allegedly threw red paint on NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton -- was arrested in the first wave of demonstrations.