SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Several people were arrested Monday evening for violating the citywide curfew.

The curfew went into effect at 8 p.m. Monday as protesters continued to walk the streets of downtown Sacramento. Around 9:30 p.m., the protesters cleared out of Cesar Chavez Plaza and went home.

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About a half-hour later, there were reports of arrests being made in the downtown area for curfew violations.

CBS13’s Steve Large witnessed at least a dozen arrests near J and 11th Streets. There is a large police presence in the area. CBS13 reporter Laura Haefeli also saw at least six people get arrested outside of City Hall.

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Apart from the arrests, the streets of downtown appeared to be calm Monday night.

There have not been any reports of violence or looting in Sacramento.

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