Mark Reardon: Chief Sam Dotson, Chief Jon Belmar, & Captain Ron JohnsonToday, on a special edition of the Reardon Roundtable, St. Louis City Police Chief Sam Dotson, St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmar, and Missouri Highway Patrol Captain Ron Johnson join Mark to discuss preparation for the upcoming Grand Jury decision in the Michael Brown case among other topics.
Capt. Johnson: 5 Arrested Last Night in FergusonFollowing yesterday morning's burning of a memorial to 18-year-old Michael Brown, more unrest erupted between police and residents.
Highway Patrol Prepares for Threatened Shutdown of I-70Sgt. Al Nothum tells KMOX News that they are working with the leadership of the group that is threatening to stop I-70 traffic this afternoon.
Police Operations Scaled Down in FergusonSt. Louis City Police are no longer participating in Ferguson patrols, and the Missouri National Guard is now completely out of Ferguson.
Capt. Johnson Recounts Moving Moments in Tuesday Ferguson ProtestsWhile he was praying with members of the clergy at the Michael Brown memorial site, some youths came over and wanted to talk to them about bringing the community together.
Capt. Johnson: North County Residents Heed Michael Brown Sr.'s Call for PeaceNorth County residents apparently heeded Michael Brown Sr.'s call for "peace and silence" on the day he buried his son.
Capt. Ron Johnson: Tonight Was a Very Good Night in FergusonJohnson said that compared to Tuesday night's 47 arrests, only six people were arrested in Ferguson Wednesday night.
Capt. Johnson: 47 Arrests During Ferguson Protests, No Smoke Bombs or Tear Gas from PoliceAt a media briefing around 2:15 a.m. Wednesday, Missouri State Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson said 47 arrests were made after a night of protests that started out peacefully.
Key Figures in the Michael Brown ShootingA look at the key figures in the case of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was unarmed when he was fatally shot by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer on Aug. 9—a death that has stoked days of violent unrest north of St. Louis.
Capt. Johnson: 'Peace and Justice Took a Very Different Turn After Dark'Early this morning Missouri Highway Patrol Col. Ron Johnson met with the media to describe what happened on the streets of Ferguson at night fall and contributed to the Governor's decision to bring in the Guard.
Capt. Ron Johnson: 'We're All in This Together'In the days since Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson took charge of a volatile situation that threatened to turn ugly, tragic or both, his calm-yet-commanding presence has captured international attention.
Captain Johnson on Ferguson: This Is Not a Black and White IssueFollowing the release of the name of the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown this morning, Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson answered questions.