After an evening of peaceful protests, riots and looting broke out again in Ferguson, Missouri in the wake of Michael Brown's death. Authorities say crowds began to gather around midnight. Police confirm that a Domino's Pizza was looted and burned and a number of other businesses were also vandalized overnight in the north St. Louis County suburb.
At the height of tension overnight, about 200 demonstrators clashed with law enforcement outside of the Ferguson Market & Liquor store on West Florissant Avenue. Those protesters disregarded orders to stand down and looted the convenience store. Authorities report that at least one person was arrested and that one person was taken to a St. Louis area hospital with a suspected gunshot wound.
The violence follows the release of surveillance video that authorities allege shows 18-year old Michael Brown committing a strong-armed robbery at Ferguson Market just hours before he was shot and killed by Ferguson Police officer Darren Wilson. That investigation continues.