Here's a description of the arrests Friday night following the Donut Social. From the NYPD Daily Blotter in the Post today:
Five protesters were arrested Friday after clashing with police in the East Village following a rally against police brutality and gentrification.
Cops said the rally, on East Fifth Street near First Avenue down the block from the 9th Precinct station house, had ended peacefully at 8 p.m. when anger flared.
One man was busted for throwing objects at police.
The arrest sparked more violence from the crowd and led to the arrest of a man who allegedly threw a chair at cops.
Two protesters were arrested for damaging patrol cars, including an 18-year-old man.
A fifth person, an 18-year-old woman described by police as homeless, was arrested when she tried to interfere with police, laying down in the street and refusing to move, cops said.
Previously on EV Grieve:
Friday night in Tompkins Square Park: Unity and a sitdown (and several arrests)
At the Donut Social
Coverage at Neither More Nor Less