CLAYTON, Mo. (KMOV.com) – Business owners in Clayton, Missouri are preparing for the announcement of the grand jury decision in their city.
Businesses are preparing for the possibility of property damage by having wooden panels nearby to board up windows.
“A lot of the rumors have been spread that something may happen in Clayton and that’s why people are taking these measures just in case something does happen everybody wants to be prepared, everybody wants to protect their own business,” said Travis Schulte, the manager of the Potbelly’s restaurant in the area. “It’s probably the right thing to do in case something does get out of hand.”
Business managers say their sales have not been affected by the impending decision so far.
St. Louis County Prosecutor Robert McCulloch says the grand jury decision in the Michael Brown shooting death investigation should be announced in mid-to-late November.