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FERGUSON, Mo. - Following the announcement of the grand jury's decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson in the death of Michael Brown, the streets of Ferguson quickly filled with protestors, and the protests escalated into violence. 

When the sun rose on Tuesday, 12 commercial buildings had been burned to the ground, while many others were looted and 12 cars, including police vehicles, were torched. 

There were 61 arrests in Ferguson, many for burglary and trespassing, and 21 arrests in St. Louis. 

At least 18 people were injured. 

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