Twelve people were arrested during a protest in the Greenwich Village neighborhood, New York Police Department spokeswoman Denise Moroney said.
Eight of those arrested were summoned for disorder, Moroney said.
The other four charges, including resisting the arrest, obstruction of government administration, pedestrians on the street and “violating local laws” for using an “amplified audio device” in a nearby park, Moroney said. A man is accused of assaulting a police officer.
Three of the arrested were released with desk tickets, meaning the person will have to appear in court at a later date.
Outrage over the decision not to charge a Louisville police officer with the murder of Taylor in her own home has sparked ongoing protests across the United States.
10 people were arrested in Seattle after a protest turned violent on Saturday night.
Some of the companies in Seattle that have been damaged in recent days have been long-time supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement, reported CNN subsidiary KOMO. At least one of the badly damaged companies was minority owned.
And in Louisville, where Taylor was killed, at least 25 people were arrested on a fourth night of protests on Saturday night.