MASSIVE BRAWL Shuts Down St. Louis Galleria …Update: Cops Teargas Ferguson Rioters …Update: Rioters Chuck Bricks on Interstate 270

There are reports of “multiple incidents” at the mall.
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Protesters at the Ferguson, Missouri rally Monday. (The News Commenter)

Last night several businesses in Ferguson, Dellwood and North County were looted and torched following the death of 18 year-old Michael Brown.

The Galleria recently set a curfew on teens in the mall without adult supervision to cut down on theft and violence.

The fight started on the second story of the mall. galleria lockdown Police are turning people away. No one is allowed into the Galleria. KMOV reported:

Officers with the Richmond Heights Police Department responded to the St. Louis Galleria Monday evening. The Galleria has closed. It’s unclear why they’re responding, other than a report of “multiple incidents” inside the mall. Brentwood Police also responded. Several stores were evacuated shortly after 6:00. Nordstrom and Macy’s have closed their gates and confirm a lockdown.


The Galleria includes Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Apple Stores.

Dozens of police vehicles are on the scene.

UPDATE: From the St. Louis Police scanner – Local PD teargases rioters in Ferguson.

UPDATE: Protesters are chucking bricks from an Interstate 270 overpass. Police have shut down the interstate in north St. Louis County.
Police are moving people out of Ferguson.

Police are getting shotguns and rifles out of their trunks in Ferguson.

Choppers are in the skies over St. Louis tonight.


UPDATE: KMOV has an interactive map of the violence in St. Louis.
It’s that bad.
looting map

More… Vine Video from Antonio French on the scene in Ferguson.

Rioters in Ferguson – No Justice No Peace–

Reports of shots being fired—

UPDATE: Shots fired at 1621 Chambers Road in North County.

UPDATE: Tear gas fired in Ferguson–

UPDATE: It appears Democratic State Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal got gassed tonight.

UPDATE: SWAT Teams out in force in North County.

SMOKEY STREETS in North St. Louis County.

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