Things quiet down in Ferguson

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FERGUSON, MO- The big news out of Ferguson Missouri is that, there is no big news. Which is a good thing!

Captin Ron Johnson of the Missouri State Highway Patrol says, "We deployed no smoke devices, no tear gas, and no mase and again tonight, no police officer fired a single bullet."

In the city where Michael Brown was shot and killed just two weeks ago, a peaceful Friday night, brought a quiet Saturday morning.

Police presence was relaxed as units fell back to nearby parking lots letting protesters in support of Michael Brown, protest in peace.

Supporters of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot and killed Michael Brown, are taking to the streets in defense of the negativity towards police.

A supporter who remains nameless says, "We are exclusively here to support Darren Wilson and we have no desire to engage in the negativity and hate, which has paralyzed officer Wilson's ability to pursue justice."

While peaceful protests continue around the nation residents and authorities alike are hoping for a quiet weekend leading up to the funeral of Michael Brown on Monday.

This small town has been through a lot in the past few weeks, seems like now is the time for peace and healing.

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