Scattered Violence, Police Crackdown After Ferguson Decision
The scene Monday resembled Ferguson's chaotic protests in August, as stores were looted and police brought out heavy equipment to crack down.By Zach Toombs, Cliff Judy, Jay Strubberg | November 24, 2014
The grand jury’s announcement that Officer Darren Wilson would not be indicted for the killing of unarmed teen Michael Brown set off new protests in Ferguson, Missouri, Monday night, as violence erupted across the city. (Video via KSHB)
Police say at least 12 buildings were set on fire in various parts of St. Louis, some of which were completely destroyed. Officers arrested 29 people, and widespread looting was reported throughout the area. (Video via KMOV)
Overnight, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported area hospitals treated at least 13 people for injuries related to the protests, along with two people shot.