Protesters Arrested For Tussling With NYPD On the Brooklyn Bridge

December 19, 2014 | Bucky Turco

After a Brooklyn man turned himself in on Thursday for allegedly assaulting two cops during a mischievous Saturday evening protest on the Brooklyn Bridge, police arrested another person they were looking for earlier today reports ABC News. A search warrant was executed, but no other details were given.

Police say that Robert Murray, 43, was one of several people who intervened in the arrest of demonstrator Eric Linsker. Murray was arraigned and charged with “assaulting an officer, resisting arrest, rioting and obstruction” reports CBS. Video of the incident — which appeared to be more kerfuffle than Worldstarrrrrr beatdown — made its way YouTube. Police are still looking for six other protesters (male and female) and have offered a $12,000 reward.