St. Louis alderman tweets from protest over #MikeBrown shooting
Yesterday afternoon, police in Ferguson, Missouri, allegedly shot and killed unarmed teenager Mike Brown. Local media reported:
The St. Charles County Police Department held a press conference Sunday morning where they stated Brown was shot “more than just a couple of times” by a 6-year member of the Ferguson Police department.
The incident happened in a roadway Saturday afternoon near the Canfield Green Apartments in the 2900 block of Canfield.
Witnesses tell News 4 that Mike Brown, 18, was unarmed and had his hands in the air when he was shot multiple times by a Ferguson police officer. Police have not confirmed those claims and have not released any details of the incident other than an officer was involved and that he has been placed on administrative leave.
Tensions are high. Resident protested last night across the street from the Ferguson police department. St. Louis alderman Antonio French of the 21st ward tweeted today from a new protest.
Police are on scene.
More anger over the presence of police dogs.
More protests are scheduled.
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