The Milwaukee Police Department released numbers Tuesday morning that confirm things were quieter overnight in the Sherman Park area.
Police recorded 10 arrests, 0 injured officers, 0 damaged vehicles and 0 damage to businesses and residences.
Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn held a news conference at 11:30 p.m. Monday and reported six arrests at the time.
Flynn said there were some "confrontations that were heated" earlier in the evening and arrests were made, which seemed to calm the situation.
A total of 41 people have been arrested since Saturday night in the neighborhood.
The unrest was sparked after a 23-year-old man was fatally shot by a police officer. Police say the man was armed when he was shot.
Barricades were erected around Sherman Park, which was officially closed from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett announced Monday that the 10 p.m. weekday teen curfew would be strictly enforced in the city.
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