On Friday, Scott's wife Rakeyia Scott, released video taken at the scene of the shooting. Scott's family maintains he was unarmed, though police say a firearm with Scott's fingerprints was found at the scene.
In the video, Rakeyia Scott can be heard shouting, "Don't shoot him, don't shoot him!" as police approach a white pick-up truck. "He has no weapon — don't shoot him!"
Police have also admitted that the videos fail to provide "absolute, definitive, visual evidence" that Scott pointed a gun at the police before he was shot.
Demonstrations on Tuesday and Wednesday turned violent and destructive, with one person killed on Wednesday night. Thursday night's march was peaceful, and a midnight curfew announced by the city went unenforced after demonstrations stayed calm.