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.
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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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