KENOSHA, Wis. (CBS) -- Fires, looting, and confrontations with police have erupted in Kenosha, Wisconsin after a police officer shot a Black man in the back seven times on Sunday, seriously wounding him.
Overnight Sunday into Monday, protesters and police clashed for hours after the shooting that wounded Jacob Blake, 29. A fire was set at the Kenosha Courthouse, several dump trucks were set on fire, and a used car dealership on Sheridan Road was also set ablaze.
On Monday, for the second night, a curfew was issued for Kenosha County east of Interstate 94, from 8 p.m. Monday to 7 a.m. Tuesday. Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers also announced he was calling in the Wisconsin National Guard at the request of local authorities.
More fires erupted Monday night after a standoff between police and protesters.
11:15 p.m.: McPherson reports multiple fires are raging in Kenosha. There are reports that the burning buildings include a furniture store and a Wisconsin State Department of Corrections building.
10:45 p.m.: CBS 58 Milwaukee reporter Mark McPherson reports the National Guard has arrived outside the courthouse.
10:04 p.m.: A crowd left after the tear gas was deployed, but reformed in the park outside the courthouse afterward. Echoing the events of Sunday night, another dump truck parked to blockade the courthouse had been set on fire. Sheriff's officers were firing rubber bullets as protesters remained in the park.
One group of protesters stood in a line with their hands up, while others were mixed, some of them with umbrellas.
9:16 p.m.: Tear gas has been deployed outside the courthouse to clear the crowd.
8:56 p.m.: Protesters are setting off more fireworks near a burned-out garbage truck left over from the night before with the words "F**k 12" spray-painted on it. The standoff continues.
8:51 p.m.: A line of sheriff's officers with shields are in formation spanning a street outside the courthouse. Another layer of officers in riot gear was behind them.
8:42 p.m.: Tensions are rising outside the Kenosha County Courthouse. County Sheriff's officers in combat fatigues are in front of the courthouse with armored trucks, while a crowd of protesters was seen across the street. Sheriff's officers warned that tear gas would be deployed if the crowd did not disperse.
Fireworks were seen being lobbed in the direction of the sheriff's officers, who are also armed with rubber bullets.
8:10 p.m.: Despite the curfew being in place, Twitter reports indicated that people were still rallying outside the Kenosha County Courthouse.
8:09 p.m.: A string quartet is spotted playing classical music outside the courthouse. CBS 2's Charlie De Mar reports it is mixing with chants of, "No justice, no peace!" from protesters.
8:06 p.m.: Reports on Twitter indicate that all exits on Interstate 94 have been closed from Highway E to the Wisconsin-Illinois state line.
8 p.m.: Kenosha police remind the public that the curfew is in effect.
4:59 p.m.: Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser released the following statement:
"The events that unfolded in our community over the last 24 hours are nothing short of tragic. My heart goes out to Jacob Blake and his family, and to everyone touched in some way by this horrific episode.
"We do not yet know many of the details of this officer-involved shooting, but we do know that it is the latest of a devastating series of events in our nation that have touched nerves and stoked fears about our relations with law enforcement, and with one another.
"Kenosha County recently declared racism to be a public health crisis, and our leaders —myself included —have resolved to address this issue in a meaningful way. Sunday's tragedy and the ensuing reaction reinforce the need for change in our community.
"In the coming days, I'm hoping for a meeting of stakeholders of our whole community, that we have an attentive ear, talk about the next steps forward and set the path.
"In the meantime, I pray for Mr. Blake's recovery, and for the safety of everyone in our county, our state and our nation."
At the earlier news conference, Mayor Antaramian said: "What occurred last night in the city of Kenosha is unacceptable. Rioting and looting is not something that is acceptable to the community, and therefore that also has consequences when people will have to be held accountable in a legal process, with due process just like everyone else. Our heart goes out to Jacob Blake's family.
"I cannot think of anything that is harder than what just occurred to them and how that impacts them. And so the commitment that I make to everyone, to their family, for the officer and everyone else - is justice will be served, people will be held responsible for their actions and we will know the truth."
3:44 p.m.: Attorney Ben Crump confirms to CNN that there were children ages 8, 5, and 3, in the sport-utility vehicle that Blake was getting into when he was shot by police.
3:25 p.m: Kenosha Mayor John Antaramian clashed with protesters ahead of a planned news conference.
Antaramian had come out with a bullhorn to calm down a group of protesters at the time of a planned news conference. CBS 2's Chris Tye reports that just enraged people.
Before an impromptu question-and-answer session between Antaramian and angry residents was over, the crowd surrounded Antaramian, and a violent outburst ended with the door of the police department being pulled from its hinges and police in combat gear emerging to try to calm the scene.
Pepper spray was thrown as mayor tried to go back inside. The news conference was moved inside the Kenosha Public Safety Building from Civic Center Park.
Reporter Pari Cruz of CBS 58 in Milwaukee tweeted that police in riot gear rushed past reporters as they were led deeper into the building to a room that was safer to exit.
People broke the front door off to the #Kenosha Safety Building. Police in #riot gear rushed past us and we were lead to a room deeper inside the building that is safer to get out of if need be. This is the moment officers called for backup. #Protests #JacobBlake #Wisconsin
1:43 p.m.: CBS affiliate WISC-TV in Madison reports Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is calling a special session of the State Legislature on police accountability and transparency following the shooting of Blake. The session is set for Monday, Aug. 31 at noon.
Evers has asked lawmakers to take up a criminal justice reform package that dates back to earlier this year, calling for a statewide standard on use of force, a ban on chokeholds and no-knock warrants, and a requirement for de-escalation training annually for officers, WISC reported.
1:22 p.m.: Ahead of more planned protests, businesses in Kenosha have boarded up their storefronts.
12:42 p.m.: A march was held from the site where Blake was shot near 28th Avenue and 40th Street.
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