(CNN)As viewers watched on live television, a man held his hands up and walked in front of a phalanx of police in Baltimore on Tuesday night, after a citywide curfew had started.
Seconds later, several officers in riot gear rushed out of their line and arrested him, making social media churn with questions about what happened to the man.
Investigators made 10 arrests in Baltimore on Tuesday night, city Police Commissioner Anthony Batts said. Seven were for alleged curfew violations, he said.
A Baltimore attorney, Stephen Patrick Beatty, told CNN that Kent still was being processed at the city's booking center Wednesday afternoon and hadn't appeared before a court commissioner to have his bail set.