Two Shot, More Than 30 Arrested In Ferguson

(Ferguson, MO) -- At least two people were shot overnight as unrest over the police killing of an unarmed teenager continues in Ferguson, Missouri. Reporter Nicole Wilson says agitators grew more brazen during standoffs with law enforcement overnight.
Police arrested more than 30 people, for throwing molotov cocktails, hurling bottles and firing guns - among other crimes. Johnson says police came under fire several times throughout the night, but not a single officer returned fire. Police say agitators come from as far away as California and New York. Captain Ron Johnson with the Missouri State Highway Patrol asked peaceful protesters to make their voices heard during the day to avoid the dangerous situations that unfold when the sun goes down. Protesters have taken to the streets for more than a week following the shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
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Reporter Nicole Wilson says the unrest typically heats up when the sun goes down.
Wilson says police are trying to keep peaceful protesters off the streets at night.
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