FERGUSON, Mo. (AP) — Shooting incidents in Ferguson, Missouri, have risen by one with an early-morning drive-by that wounded two men.
Authorities say the wounds are not life-threatening.
The shootings occurred in the same area where gunfire between two groups scattered protesters marking the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death.
Police say following the dozens of bullets that were exchanged, they followed an armed man who opened fire on them. Police fired back, critically wounding him.