MILWAUKEE -- Law enforcement is saturating Sherman Park Thursday evening, June 30th after a violent Wednesday night. Dozens of young people filled the park fighting, throwing bricks and smashing windows.
Near 39th and Burleigh on Thursday, dozens of people gathered again in the park.
According to police, there have been two arrest -- one for disorderly conduct and another who had outstanding warrants.
So far Thursday evening, there hasn't been any property damage.
Sunshine on Thursday afternoon brought kids to the playground, people to the court and teams to the field.
As children play, law enforcement kept a watchful eye trying to prevent what happened the previous night.
"It was just a feeling of, here we go again," said Vaun Mayes Bey, community activist.
It's a scene Vaun Mayes Bey was afraid would happen.
"It had been a constant thing of children being jumped on, assaults, weapons being brought here," said Mayes Bey.
The community activist has been doing his own patrols. He says he was told about violence in the area in early June, and this has been his daily routine.
"We just decided to come up here and try to make the park safe for everyone to be here," said Mayes Bey.
Wednesday night, he wasn't able to be at the park as teens smashed a gas station window, and a brick was thrown at a Milwaukee County bus.
At one point a teen was seen throwing a rock at a deputy.
"If I'd of been up there maybe I could have done something," said Mayes Bey.
As another evening approaches, Mayes Bey and officers will be out, too -- hopeful peace remains.
"Just trying to make sure the park is safe for people to bring their kids to," said Mayes Bey.
Milwaukee police say they didn't make any arrests Wednesday evening, and they continue to investigate.
No one was injured during this incident.