Nineteen people were arrested Monday in protests over police conduct in the St. Louis area. Noted author, activist and professor Cornel West was among those arrested during a march.
Numerous demonstrations were held throughout the area in response to the recent killings of two black teens by white police officers.
In St. Louis, Vonderitt Myers was killed by an off-duty officer on Wednesday. Police say Myers was armed and fired first.
OutFront, Pastor Willie Kilpatrick is the spokesman for the Myers family.
The man at the center of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham's disappearance and charged with her abduction has been linked to at least one other unsolved case.
A source with knowledge of the investigation confirms to CNN that police recently seized a cab owned by Jesse Matthew. As previously reported, Matthew was working as a cab driver the night 20-year-old Morgan Harrington disappeared.
Police say the cab was found on a local farm, which could be meaningful. Harrington's remains were found on a farm outside of Charlottesville three months after she vanished¬†and police have forensic evidence that also links Matthew to her case.
This is significant because Matthew is the last person to be seen with Hannah Graham who disappeared nearly three weeks ago.
Jean Casarez has been following the story and is Outfront.
The suspect accused of abducting University of Virginia student Hannah Graham, is now back in Charlottesville, Virginia.
Jesse Matthew was handed over to officials from the Virginia Sheriff's department Friday afternoon after being arrested in Galveston, Texas Wednesday. According to police, Matthew was the last person to see Hannah 13 days ago.
Since her disappearance, police have received thousands of tips, while search teams scour over 700 square miles for the missing 18-year-old student.
CNN's Jean Casarez is OutFront in Charlottesville Virginia with more on the growing search.
The FBI is investigating a grisly murder at a food processing plant in Moore, Oklahoma. According to police, the suspect, 30-year-old Alton Nolen walked into the plant with a knife and beheaded the first person he saw.
Prior to being fired, witnesses tell police Nolen was trying to convert co-workers to Islam. CNN's Erin Burnett speaks with Sgt. Jeremy Lewis from Moore police department about the latest in the investigation.
Police in Charlottesville, Virginia have now issued an arrest warrant for Jesse Matthew in the case of missing University of Virginia student Hannah Graham.
Police believe Matthew was the last person to see Graham before her disappearance.
Graham was last seen in the early hours of September 13th.
Jean Casarez has the details.