Protesters hold a moment of silence for Keith Lamont Scott in front of Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department headquarters, in the aftermath of no indictment being given in the death of Keith Lamont Scott, in Charlotte, N.C., Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016. A prosecutor has cleared a Charlotte police officer in the killing of a black man whose death touched off civil unrest, and he presented detailed evidence to rebut assertions that the slain man was unarmed. Charlotte-Mecklenburg District Attorney Andrew Murray said Wednesday that Officer Brentley Vinson was justified in opening fire on Scott and won't face charges. (David T. Foster III/The Charlotte Observer via AP) (The Associated Press)
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Charlotte-Mecklenburg police say between 75 and 100 protesters turned out for a rally following a prosecutor's decision to clear an officer in the killing of a black man.
A statement from police on Thursday said a peaceful protest began Wednesday night at CMPD headquarters, adding that protest organizers worked with police to ensure the demonstration was peaceful.
The demonstrators marched to the central business district, past the city's transit center and to the site where a man was shot and killed during violent protests on Sept. 21.
Police said four people were arrested for obstructing traffic, and one of those was also charged with disorderly conduct.