CLEVELAND-- Things got out of control Monday night at Cleveland City Council.
One person was taken into custody after people protesting the Tamir Rice shooting stormed the city council meeting.
Around a dozen or so protestors and activist groups met outside Cleveland City Hall ready to picket.
But that picket turned into a protest as they decided to go inside and disrupt the meeting.
The protestors and activists sat in on the meeting holding photos of Tamir Rice, as it nears one year since his death.
Tamir was holding an airsoft pistol, that police say looked like a real gun, when he was fatally shot by a Cleveland police officer in November of last year.
Monday, the protestors started chanting, expressing their frustrations on what they believe are lack of developments in the case.
They also demanded a special prosecutor.
The protestors say a 23-year-old was eventually detained then arrested for disrupting a public meeting and resisting arrest.