Omaha Police arrested two people at a anti-Donald Trump rally in Downtown on Friday.
While many Americans celebrated the inauguration of a new commander-in-chief, some Omahans were not as excited.
Dozens of protesters marched through downtown Friday afternoon. The protests did go into the streets, but eventually stayed on the sidewalks.
— Nick Starling (@NickStarlingTV) January 20, 2017
The two individuals were arrested on suspicion of open burning, disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer.
According to authorities, some protestors were burning a confederate flag and a Trump cardboard head was thrown on the flag.
OPD officials tell KMTV that they had problems with people into the streets.
President Trump protesters back @ Leahy. They marched downtown for about an hour, did go into streets, but eventually stayed on sidewalks pic.twitter.com/ZJxG33I7KN
— Miranda Christian (@MIRanda_TV3) January 20, 2017
Omaha was one of the many cities that protested on inauguration Day.