Quiet night in Ferguson following Michael Brown’s funeral

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(KPLR)- It was a quiet night along West Florissant with police not responding to any calls. The peace came after Michael Brown`s family called for people not to protest on the day he was laid to rest.

It`s because of a march planned for Tuesday night along West Florissant.

Captain Ron Johnson with the Missouri Highway Patrol says the march is planned for 6pm.  It will begin at the Greater St. Mark Family Church then proceed along West Florissant.

A guy was selling t-shirts along West Florissant that read, 'I survived the Ferguson riots of 2014. There was also a multi-racial group called the 'Lost Voices' setting up camp along the street. Their message to the world is, "Change can happen and there doesn`t have to be violence to make voices heard."

Last night's scene was a stark contrast to past nights where there was so much violence and unrest. Captain Johnson says for the second night in a row there were no arrests and police did not have to use anything like smoke bombs or tear gas. Johnson called it a big step that students went back to school yesterday in the Ferguson-Florissant School District. He believes things are changing for the better.

Authorities did respond to some medical emergencies last night because of the heat.

Traffic restrictions will be in place starting at 5pm.