On the third night of protests following a Ferguson grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson for the killing of Michael Brown, Los Angeles police arrested 130 "unruly" demonstrators Wednesday for unlawful assembly and failure to disperse, KTLA reports.

"They engaged in unlawful behavior, running in and out of traffic," said an LAPD spokesperson. "[It] became a very dangerous scenario for the motorists who are driving in that area."

As noted by the L.A. Times, many times more protestors have been arrested in Los Angeles than in other cities, with 183 of the city's demonstrators jailed Tuesday night, compared to just 10 in New York City and 44 in Ferguson itself.

Before their arrest on Wednesday, protestors reportedly chanted, "We see you," while marching past Twin Towers Correctional Facility, calling out to fellow demonstrators arrested earlier this week.

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