Dozens of protesters gathered near 54th Street and Church Avenue in East Flatbush Wednesday night following the death of a teenager shot by police Saturday night.
Sources said some bottles were thrown and there was a lot of pushing, shoving and screaming at the scene.
Police officers in riot gear responded to the scene, but it's unclear how many arrests were made.
It all stems from the Saturday night shooting of Kimani "Kiki" Gray.
Police say officers opened fire on Gray, 16, after they say he pointed a handgun at them.
This is the third night of demonstrations.
On the first night, protestors smashed windows and ransacked a Rite Aid pharmacy.
Autopsy results showed Gray was hit seven times and suffered wounds on the front and back of his body, including his shoulder, rib cage, forearm and legs.
Most of the time, these demonstrations fade after a couple of days.
But there's a lot of anger out there at the police.
I can't imagine why:
“I was standing at the corner, on the sidewalk, and the cop said, ‘You can’t stand there.’ said Tyreck Strachan, 13, after being released from the 67th Precinct station house.
“I said, ‘I’m on the sidewalk.’ He started hitting me with a stick.”
Okay, maybe I can imagine why.