2. People stopped at police barricade, playing music, singing, dancing
3. Police cars barricading street
4. SOUNDBITE (English) Andre Mercharles, Demonstrator:
"They grabbed innocent people for no reason, and just started like cuffing them, pushing them into the ground. This dude was a journalist in the press. He has a press pass and they pushed him to the ground."
5. Police officer with baton chasing man
6. Police officers in intersection
7. Protesters march up street
8. Protesters marching past truck, truck honks horn in support
9. Demonstrators kneeling, pan to line of police on other end of street
An 8 p.m. curfew didn't stop thousands of defiant demonstrators from marching through the streets of New York City throughout the night on Tuesday, though some of the rampant destruction seen over the past few nights was quelled.
The citywide curfew, which is in place through Sunday and was moved earlier from the previous night, was instated to prevent the widespread damage and destruction that has filled the city's streets over the last two nights after largely peaceful dayside protests.
Mayor Bill de Blasio doubled down on a citywide curfew, but rejected urging from President Donald Trump and an offer from Gov. Andrew Cuomo to bring in the National Guard.
Police began making arrests around 9 p.m. and shut down parts of the West Side Highway in lower Manhattan, blocking it off to huge crowds of protesters.
The police department announced it would not allow vehicle traffic south of 96th Street in Manhattan after curfew, though residents, essential workers, buses and truck deliveries were exempt.