FERGUSON (Worthy News)– Protests followed a police shooting on Saturday of Michael Brown, 18, led to riots, looting and vandalism of stores in Missouri.
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Clean up, calm Monday morning after violent night in Ferguson – St. Louis Post-Dispatch
The protests followed the fatal shooting on Saturday of Michael Brown, 18, by police. Authorities said Sunday that a police officer shot Brown, who was unarmed, after the teen attacked the Ferguson officer. After protests and a vigil earlier in the day, some people broke into stores and looted them, setting fire to a QuikTrip and leaving glass and other debris strewn about.
Looting, Vandalism After Vigil for Missouri Man Killed by Cop – ABC News
Protests broke out overnight on the streets of Ferguson, Missouri, with vehicles and businesses damaged and looting reported, following the police shooting of Michael Brown, 18.
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