As of 1 p.m. 19 Action News Reporter Bill Safos doesn't like the looks of the direction the protest is headed in.
Saturday protests began around 10 a.m. at the site where 12-year-Tamir Rice was fatally shot in November, at the Cudell Recreation Center.
Several people from outside areas traveled to Cleveland to participate in a weekend long string of demonstrations against recent police use of deadly force.
The second stop on Saturday's agenda was Second District Police Headquarters. That's when things started to become not-so-peaceful.
Our crew witnessed out of town protesters go into the police station, banging on glass, a very different display compared to recent demonstrations which earned the praise of Mayor Jackson for remaining calm.
While outside the building, Tamir's brother spoke of how it's no longer safe for children to have BB guns.
When the large crowd set out to head toward their third destination, Steelyard Commons, as to be expected streets became blocked by the group.
One driver got the attention of protesters when he attempted to maneuver his car through the crowd. His vehicle was said to nearly be overturned but the group stopped short of completing the task.
When the group arrived at Steelyard Commons, Walmart was temporarily closed to shoppers. Store representatives have not said how long the closure will last.
Cleveland Police state they will be present at every event. No specifics on security, but police are watching the rally.
No word on whether or not there have been any arrests made.
Several Cleveland Ferguson Stance Facebook pages alerted people to this weekend's rallies in Cleveland over police brutality.