SAN JOSE (KPIX 5) — A protest over a deadly police shooting shut down a freeway in San Jose Tuesday night.

Protesters blocked off northbound 87 and marched onto Taylor Street and on to police headquarters.

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Demonstrators identified Demetrious Stanley as the man who officers shot Monday night.

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It happened in the 1100 Block of Tofts Drive in north San Jose around 9:45 p.m.

Police said the suspect was armed and pointing a handgun at the officer who opened fire.

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There was no report of any injuries suffered by the officers. No other details about the circumstances of the shooting were immediately released.