Police are investigating Michael Brown’s stepfather for his actions in the hours after a grand jury determined that the officer who fatally shot Brown would not be charged, Ferguson Police Chief Tom Jackson said Tuesday.
CNN reports that police are trying to determine whether Brown’s stepfather, Louis Head, was attempting to incite a riot on Nov. 24 when he screamed “Burn this —- down” to a crowd of protesters after St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCulloch announced the grand jury’s decision.
Jackson also told Fox News that charges against Head are possible.
“We are pursuing (an investigation into) those comments, and there is a lot of discussion going on about that right now,” Jackson told Sean Hannity. “But I really can’t get into that right now.”