City of Ferguson ordered to stop enforcing sidewalk policy

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(KPLR) – The City of Ferguson has been ordered to stop enforcing a policy that would prevent protestors from standing still on public sidewalks.

The injunction is similar to one last month, which affected St. Louis County Police and the Missouri Highway Patrol.

Five protesters were arrested Tuesday night in Clayton, outside of the Steve Stenger watch party. They were charged with Clayton ordinance violations of peace disturbance and trespassing, booked and then released with court summons.