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Turmoil has been rising since the announcement of the Michael Brown verdict on Sunday evening. The Gateway Arch in St. Louis has allegedly become a target of two men, who were also accused of having a murder plot against the prosecuting attorney Robert McCulloch and the Chief of Police in Ferguson Tom Jackson. Both men have been indicted on separate gun charges and pleaded not guilty. [Daily Mail]

Days after the August 9th tragedy in Ferguson, Officer Darren Wilson reportedly had to leave his home’s grass half-mowed when he was told his address was circulating online. He immediately grabbed his belongings and went into hiding. Since the shooting, Wilson has spent time watching movies in dark theaters to avoid anyone seeing him and he’s briefly lived with one of his lawyers. [CNN]

A woman who owns a bakery in Ferguson received more than $190,000 in donations in just one day after her business was broken into during the protests. The mother-of-two just opened up Natalie’s Cakes & More this past June after finally raising enough money to open up her bakery. Suggested by a friend, she started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for repairs and fortunately, she’s raised more than $190K in just 24 hours. [Daily Mail]