CHARLOTTE, NC - The third night of protests in Charlotte were mostly peaceful.
This coming after the death of Keith Lamont Scott, who was shot and killed by a police officer on Tuesday.
Another deadly shooting occurred during the protests on Wednesday night between two civilians, according to city officials.
Justin Carr, 26, passed away at CMC Thursday night, CMPD Chief Putney confirmed. The chief said an allegation was made that a CMPD officer was involved in the shooting and they're investigating.
Mayor Roberts issued an addendum to the State of Emergency Proclamation issued on Wednesday, September 21.
Beginning Friday, September 23, a curfew will be imposed from midnight to 6:00 a.m. each evening until the end of the State of Emergency.
A team of FOX 46 Charlotte reporters/photographers were in Uptown when the curfew was administered and said it was mostly quiet.
After midnight there were still hundreds of protesters marching the streets of Uptown, but it was peaceful, according to our reporters.
Protesters blocked both lanes of I-277 briefly, but CMPD officers in riot gear quickly arrived and secured the area.
#BREAKING: Protesters have taken over I-277 in uptown. Blocking traffic in both directions.— Logan Sherrill (@LoganFox46) September 23, 2016
Riot police just cleared off hundreds of protestors off of I-277 in Charlotte. Someone threw glass bottle at us pic.twitter.com/kIfywfhkS5— Bill Melugin (@BillFOX46) September 23, 2016
277 back open both lines.— Logan Sherrill (@LoganFox46) September 23, 2016
Correction to the tweet above *lanes.
At one point a man got out of a car with a gun in a holster and walked down a street in Uptown before getting back into the car and driving off. FOX 46 Charlotte reporter Bill Melugin narrates the interaction below.
This was the most tense situation of the night. Altercation led to man flashing a gun to protesters, kept his hand on the holster though. pic.twitter.com/ooM3WTqVmZ— Bill Melugin (@BillFOX46) September 23, 2016
The protesters entire purpose for Thursday night after the midnight curfew was to prove they could be peaceful and get their message across, according to FOX 46 Charlotte reporter David Sentendrey.
FOX 46 Charlotte reporter Logan Sherrill spoke to a demonstrator early Friday morning who told him the following.
Just spoke with a demonstrator who said the message was heard loud and clear & that he plans on coming back Friday night. pic.twitter.com/V3JX9baWjA— Logan Sherrill (@LoganFox46) September 23, 2016