Despite clogging city streets after the St. Louis County grand jury decision on Ofc. Darren Wilson, protests in Oakland remained mostly peaceful.
Police in Oakland deployed in numbers to try to protect access to the freeway while letting demonstrators have surface streets.
Some windows were seen shattered, trash cans lit on fire and walls were spray painted.
Interstate 580 slowly began to reopen late Monday night.
2 lanes open 580 EB at Grand. Officers were being pelted by rocks and bottles while attempting to keep protesters off the freeway.
— CHP Oakland (@CHPoakland) November 25, 2014