A small group of protesters were arrested Sunday night in Ferguson, Missouri, for leading a demonstration. Reports have cited different arrest tolls, but the numbers ranged from seven to at least a dozen. Ferguson police claimed that protesters threw rocks and bottles at them when they gathered in front of the police department. However, a report from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch describes the protest as “noisy but mostly peaceful.” Cops said most of the people booked were arrested for either not following police orders or agitating the crowd. The protests occurred a day after a Ferguson cop was shot and wounded in the arm. While Ferguson police initially said the officer was hurt late Saturday night in the middle of a robbery, cops are now saying no burglary occurred. Instead, they say the suspected gunman ran and spun around to fire on the cop after the officer pursued him. They have also changed the number of suspects from two to one. Police revealed Sunday that the shot cop did not have his body camera on, which Ferguson cops had started wearing three weeks after Officer Darren Wilson shot Michael Brown dead. Tensions in the Missouri town over the killing of the unarmed black teenager are still sky high.