Which journalists have been arrested in Ferguson?

We'll keep this list updated as journalists are arrested or detained in Ferguson, Missouri. This list is in order of most recent arrests. Also, check out this post from Josh Stearns, "Finding a Better Way to Track Journalist Arrests in the United States." Stearns includes links to two more lists, one from the Freedom of the Press Foundation and a Storify from Kathy Gill.

  • Coulter Loeb, The Cincinnati Herald
  • Ryan Devereaux, The Intercept

    The Intercept's John Cook wrote about Devereaux's arrest early on Tuesday:

    Intercept reporter Ryan Devereaux was detained this morning while on the ground covering the protests in Ferguson, Mo. According to St. Louis Post-Dispatch photographer David Carson, who witnessed the apprehension, Ryan and a German reporter he was with were both taken into custody by members of a police tactical team. They were handcuffed and placed in a wagon, and Carson was told they were being taken to St. Louis County jail.

  • Frank Hermann, Ansgar Graw, senior political correspondent, Die Welt, and Lukas Hermsmeier

    On Monday The Local reported the three were arrested.

  • Scott Olson, Getty Images

    Poynter's Ben Mullin wrote about the arrest.

  • Kerry Picket, Breitbart News

    Picket "was handcuffed with plastic-ties, with her hands behind her back and told to get on her knees," Breitbart's Jonathan Strong reports. (Via Brian Stelter)

  • Robert Klemko, Sports Illustrated; Rob Crilly, The Telegraph; and Neil Munshi, Financial Times

    Poynter wrote about the three on Sunday night.

  • Ryan J. Reilly, The Huffington Post, and Wesley Lowery, The Washington Post

    Poynter's Andrew Beaujon wrote about the arrests at a Ferguson McDonald's.

Several media organizations have written letters to police in St. Louis County and Ferguson protesting the treatment of journalists.


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