Prosecutors have also extended the detention terms for 111 people, according to BFMTV broadcaster,
The move comes after Paris witnessed on Saturday mass violent riots organized by the so-called yellow vests activists, who are protesting the growing prices for fuel that were a result of a diesel tax passed last year. A total of 412 people were detained and 133 people were injured, including 23 police officers.
The "yellow vests" protests, with activists wearing fluorescent safety vests, have been taking place in France since November 17.
Commenting on the protests, French President Emmanuel Macron has condemned the violence and stressed that the country's authorities would not revise their decision on the diesel tax.