Dozens of people were arrested in the renewed protests in St. Louis over the weekend dubbed "Ferguson October" — a four-day event that stretched deeper into the city than any of the previous rallies.
The Ferguson County Police Department booked at least 42 people for disturbing the peace at its main police station.
Professor and civil rights activist Cornel West was one of those arrested.
But the protests extended beyond Ferguson. Rallies spilled into the streets of the downtown area and funneled inside the confines of City Hall.
The "Moral Monday" marches were part of the larger four-day demonstration that, for the most part, remained peaceful. Saturday, protestors gathered in a south St. Louis neighborhood and marched to the campus of Saint Louis University. (Video via KTVI)
KPLR reports some of the protestors squared off with police in riot gear at a QuikTrip gas station — the same chain Ferguson protestors ransacked following the death of Michael Brown, the unarmed black teen shot and killed by a white police officer.
And while most seemed peaceful, St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson tweeted some people started hurling rocks. Dotson also said some attempted to "storm" the station, so police started using pepper spray on them.
But some of the demonstrators were outraged by Dotson's tweet, saying it was misleading. In a statement quoted by KPLR, the protest organizers say:
"The people of St. Louis are going to the greatest lengths to achieve justice and are being met with cowardice, hostility, and outright lies from the very institutions who do anything but serve and protect."
It's now been two months since the shooting death of Michael Brown sparked massive protests in Ferguson.
Monday's march marked the last day of the four-day protest, but organizers say more are expected to follow for "Ferguson October."
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