FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) -- Police in riot gear fired tear gas to try to disperse a crowd in a St. Louis suburb where an unarmed black teenager had been fatally shot by a police officer over the weekend.
Between two nights of unrest, a community forum hosted by the local NAACP chapter Monday drew hundreds to a sweltering church in Ferguson, the St. Louis suburb where 18-year-old Michael Brown was shot multiple times.
Witnesses have said that Brown had his hands raised when the unnamed officer approached with his weapon drawn and fired repeatedly.
Authorities used tear gas and rubber bullets Monday night to try to disperse a crowd at the site of a burned-out convenience store damaged a night earlier, when many businesses were looted. Police said at least five people were arrested.
- Fatal police shooting in Missouri sparks protests
- Mom: Brown "didn't create problems, he fixed things"
- FBI investigating Michael Brown shooting