A second night of protests in Ferguson ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Protests erupted in the streets of Ferguson Monday night after word came from a grand jury that Darren Wilson would face no criminal charges in the death of Michael Brown. Roberto Rodriguez/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/AP Olivia Petitt of St. Louis cried while praying during a gathering in Clayton, Mo., on Tuesday. Charlie Riedel/AP A worker surveys the scene at a charred building in Ferguson on Tuesday. ST. LOUIS COUNTY PROCECUTORS OFFICE/EPA An evidence photograph released by the St. Louis County prosecutor's office showed Michael Brown's hat after the shooting. Jeff Roberson/AP Michael Brown Sr. (center) stood next to the Rev. Al Sharpton at a press conference Tuesday in St. Louis. Jeff Roberson/AP Benjamin Crump, an attorney for Michael Brown's family, spoke during the news conference. Win McNamee/Getty Images School children in Washington, D.C. participated in a protest Tuesday. JEWEL SAMAD/Getty images Police blocked a street in Ferguson the day after overnight violence. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A St. Louis county police officer used police tape to secure a building that was damaged iin Dellwood, Mo. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A worker cleaned up glass at a building that was damaged in Dellwood, Mo. Scott Olson/Getty Images A Ferguson firefighter surveyed rubble at a strip mall that was set on fire. Scott Olson/Getty Images A sign could be seen amid the rubble of a strip mall in Ferguson early Tuesday. Jeff Roberson/Associated Press Protesters marched in the streets Tuesday morning in Clayton, Mo., in response to the Ferguson grand jury decision. Jeff Roberson/Associated Press Protesters occupied an intersection outside the St. Louis County Police Department headquarters. Scott Olson/Getty Images Property manager Terri Willits looked over a gas station she manages that was set on fire in Dellword. Scott Olson/Getty Images The husks of cars in Dellwood, Mo., that were set on fire during rioting after a grand jury declined to indict a white police officer in the death of Michael Brown. Scott Olson/Getty Images A Ferguson firefighter surveyed rubble at a strip mall that was set on fire overnight. JASON REDMOND/Reuters Protesters got down on their knees during a demonstration following the grand jury decision. STEPHEN LAM/Reuters A demonstrator sat in front of a street fire during the protests. David Goldman/AP A vandalized truck on the front lawn of a house in Ferguson early Tuesday. Scott Olson/Getty Images A damaged squad car could be seen as police confronted protesters in Ferguson. Scott Olson/Getty Images In Ferguson, more than a dozen businesses were badly damaged or destroyed, and more than 80 people were arrested. LArry W. Smith/EPA Protesters faced a line of officers in Ferguson. Larry W. smith/EPA Police in riot gear walked past a burning vehicle. Tannen Maury, EPA A restaurant was set ablaze in Ferguson. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Lesley McSpadden, Michael Brown’s mother, was escorted away after news about the grand jury decision. Adress Latif/Reuters State troopers in riot gear were deployed. Jeff roberson/Associated Press A store in Ferguson was damaged. David Goldman/Associated Press Authorities moved past a burning police vehicle in Ferguson, Mo. STEPHEN LAM/Reuters A man left a store in Ferguson amid chaos on the streets following the grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson. David Goldman/Associated PRess A looter exited a store in Ferguson. David Goldman/AP Protesters shoved a police car in Ferguson after the announcement of the grand jury decision not to indict Officer Darren Wilson. Adrees Latif/Reuters A protester stood with his hands on his head as a cloud of smoke approached in Ferguson, Mo. ADREES LATIF/Reuters A woman approached a barricade to confront police after the decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson was announced. Alex Wong/Getty Images President Obama spoke about the grand jury's decision late Monday. JIM YOUNG/Reuters Protesters vandalized a car outside the Ferguson Police Department. Cristina Fletes-Boutte/St. Louis Post-Dispatch/AP St. Louis County’s top prosecutor, Robert P. McCulloch, spoke about the grand jury's decision Monday night. Charlie Riedel/AP Lesley McSpadden, the mother of Michael Brown, wearing sunglasses, reacted as she listens to the announcement. LARRY W. SMITH/EPA Protesters gather and wave a flag outside the police station in Ferguson. LARRY W. SMITH/EPA A protester shouted into a megaphone while waiting on word on the outcome of the Ferguson grand jury Monday. Michael Brown (left) was shot and killed in August by Ferguson Police Officer Darren Wilson. MICHAEL B. THOMAS/AFP/Getty Images Demonstrators gathered outside the Ferguson Police Department on Monday evening. Michael B. Thomas/AFP/Getty Images At stake is the fate of Officer Darren Wilson and whether he will face charges in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. ADREES LATIF/Reuters A member of the National Guard helped direct military vehicles in the back of a shopping center in Ferguson. JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images A demonstrator wiped her eyes as she joined others for a prayer outside the Ferguson Police Department. Charlie Riedel/AP A protester confronted police officers in Ferguson. Charlie Riedel/AP A protester sat in a car near the Ferguson police department. Charlie Riedel/Associated Press Barbara Jones was joined by other protesters in raising their hands Monday in Ferguson, Mo., ahead of the grand jury decision. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Missouri Governor Jay Nixon spoke during a news conference as St. Louis mayor Francis Slay looked on. Nixon asked for calm when the grand jury decision is announced. TANNEN MAURY/EPA A protester gestured at the memorial site for Michael Brown. KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images Demonstrator gathered in New York in anticipation of the grand jury announcement. KENA BETANCUR/AFP/Getty Images A demonstrator in New York. ADREES LATIF/Reuters Workers boarded up a Taco Bell restaurant along West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson. JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images Workers boarded up windows and installed fencing around a gas station in Ferguson, Mo. Charlie Riedel/Associated press Rick Canamore demonstrated outside the police station in Ferguson, Mo., Monday. EPA/TANNEN MAURY Television crews reported from outside the Buzz Westfall Justice Center, where Grand Jury deliberations were taking place in Clayton. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Locks were installed on mailboxes across from the Buzz Westfall Justice Center in Clayton, Mo. Charlie Riedel/Associated press Dellena Jones looked out from her boarded-up beauty salon in a neighborhood where there was unrest following the August shooting of Michael Brown.