Protesters enraged over the fatal shooting of a teenager by police poured into Brooklyn streets for a third straight night Wednesday, pitching bricks, bottles and garbage in furious clashes with cops.
At least 46 demonstrators were arrested along Church Ave. in East Flatbush. Police struggled to control a hostile crowd that broke away from a planned peaceful vigil for Kimani (Kiki) Gray, 16, killed by police on Saturday night.
46 Arrested in 3rd Day of Protests for Brooklyn Teen Slain by Police
Nearly four dozen people were arrested as demonstrators marched in Brooklyn for a third consecutive night to protest the NYPD shooting of a 16-year-old boy over the weekend, authorities said.
Supporters held a candlelight vigil Wednesday night for Kimani “Kiki” Gray just blocks from where he was shot to death by police Saturday night.
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