Vandalism in Oakland, peaceful march in SF as anti-Trump protesters demonstrate for 2nd night

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Vandalism has been reported in Oakland this evening as protestors demonstrate against the election of Donald Trump as the next President of the United States for the second consecutive night in the Bay Area.

Around 5 p.m. today hundreds of had gathered at 14th Street and Broadway in Oakland chanting "not our president."

Members of the crowd carried signs saying "Pussy grabs back," "Donald Trump is a rapist" and "Secede #CalExit."

By 6 p.m. the crowd had grown to an estimated 400 to 500 people, and some reports placed the number of protesters as high as 2,000.

Around 6:50 p.m. the crowd began to march, heading south on Broadway with police walking alongside. Broadway had been blocked at 19th Street, however, stalling the protesters near the Paramount Theater.

Just before 7 p.m., police estimated that the crowd had grown to roughly 3,000 people, saying that traffic in the area was being impacted and asking drivers to use alternate routes.

The window of the Agave Uptown restaurant, located at 2135 Franklin St., was vandalized by a man with spray paint as members of the crowd urged the vandal to stop.

Other windows were smashed and spray painted in the vicinity of Webster and 17th streets. Oakland police said the crowd had swelled to about 6,000 before 8 p.m. 

This afternoon Oakland police were still assessing vandalism on several businesses after about 250 protesters marched through downtown in a demonstration that started late Tuesday night and carried on into this

One protester was cited and small number of protesters were arrested on suspicion of vandalism and disobedience.

As the protesters walked into traffic on state Highway 24, a woman suffered major injuries when she was struck by a vehicle, California Highway Patrol officers said.

The driver pulled over, but the protesters attacked her car and broke out a back window, according to the CHP.

A number of fires were set on Telegraph Avenue and Broadway, and firefighters were called in to extinguish them. The protest had largely died down by 3 a.m., however.

Another Trump protest began at 5 p.m. today in San Francisco at Powell and Market streets, and has led to delays on a number of MUNI lines as it moves through the city.

San Francisco Police Officer Grace Gatpandan described the march as nonviolent, saying that no arrests have been made and no dispersal order has been issued.

According to the Berkeley Police Department, a third group was headed south on Telegraph Avenue from Dwight Way around 7:10 p.m.

By 7:22 p.m. the number of protesters had swelled to about 4,000.