Aug 11, 2015

18-Year-Old Shot by Police in Ferguson Was Out on Bond for Felony Charges — Here Are Five Images From His Reported Facebook Page | TheBlaze.com

The 18-year-old man shot by police after he allegedly opened fire during a protest in Ferguson, Missouri, Sunday night was out on bond in a separate felony case, KTVI-TV reported. A St. Louis Police Department spokesman confirmed to TheBlaze that Tyrone Harris Jr. was arrested in November on...

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