Another business near 71st Street and Memorial has damage after a third night of vandalism in Tulsa, and Police said four people were arrested during overnight portests.
Protestors who were out Tuesday night told News on 6 this damage here at a clothing store was caused by a man who drove up, threw a brick through the window and then left.
Tulsa police say four people were arrested last night during the protests.
Andrew O'Daniel and Derek High were arrested and accused of trying to incite a riot.
Police arrested Dylan High on complaints of trying to interfere with officers making an arrest, and Joel Hamilton is in jail after officers said he pointed a gun at a driver in the 71st and Memorial intersection.
This is the second night in a row that the national guard has been deployed in Tulsa to help maintain control at protests.
People who were in the crowd told News On 6 police officers told them to move out of the intersection and, when the crowd didn't, officers fired pepper balls and tear gas.
We've found several businesses in this area also boarded up their windows to protest their property from vandals.