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Curfew disregarded, violence still fills streets in Ferguson, Missouri
An escalation of violence is present again Sunday night in the troubled town of Ferguson, Missouri.
Eight days after an unarmed teenager was shot and killed by a police officer, protesters fill the streets.
Police in riot gear moved in, and arrested several demonstrators.
Smoke filled the air over Ferguson.
Again tonight, officers are trying to clear the streets.
The curfew is going back into effect with worries about a possible repeat of Saturday night.
Dozens of people are seen disregarding the curfew, and after someone in the crowd was shot, a small army of officers in full riot gear responded.
They used smoke bombs and tear gas.
During a rally today, the captain in charge of keeping the peace in Ferguson shared his sympathy with Michael Brown's parents.
Captain Ron Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol said, "I wear this uniform, and I should stand up here and say that I am sorry."
Tonight, the officer who killed Brown is in hiding.
Protesters say they won't back down on their demands.
"We'll be out here until there's an arrest."