St. Louis area police are volunteering in order to keep watch over former Ferguson Officer Darren Wilson, and they say they’ll keep doing it as long as he needs it, according to local ABC 9 news.
St. Louis Fraternal Order of Police members have voluntarily been providing security for Wilson since the Aug. 9 shooting of Michael Brown.
The FOP’s executive director did not tell CNN the nature of the protection, but USA Today reports part of their duties include transporting Wilson to undisclosed locations for his safety.
Wilson is not paying for the service.
Darren Wilson has been the target of many personal threats. Less than 24 hours ago, it was reported that a 46-year-old man named Jaleel Tariq Abdul-Jabbaar was arrested for threatening to kill Wilson on his Facebook.
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