Darren Wilson, the Ferguson police officer who fatally shot unarmed teen Michael Brown last month, testified before a grand jury convened to investigate the shooting on Wednesday, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reported.
The paper cited an unnamed source familiar with the investigation that said the Ferguson Police officer, who has been kept out of the public eye since the Aug. 9 shooting, testified for four hours. The source said that Wilson was "cooperative," but no further details were released.
A spokesman for the prosecution would not comment on which witnesses have testified before the grand jury. Prosecutors will present evidence, and the jury will decide whether to charge Wilson.
St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney Robert P. McCulloch has ordered an audio recording of the proceedings, in addition to transcripts. If there is no indictment in the case, those records will be made public, McCulloch told the Post-Dispatch on Wednesday.
Protesters gathered peacefully to call for Wilson's arrest in a demonstration Aug. 13. The crowd included Michael Brown's parents.
"Is [Darren Wilson] getting peace? Now if he's getting peace, I could respect him a lot better if he would come to Clayton right now, and turn himself in," Michael Brown Sr. said Saturday.
Other protesters have disrupted meetings with calls to remove McCulloch, citing concerns about whether McCulloch could fairly oversee the case.
According to the Associated Press.
McCulloch's father was a police officer killed in the line of duty when McCulloch was a child, and he has many relatives who work in law enforcement.
The AP also points out that McCulloch could have filed charges against Wilson himself, but chose to instead leave the decision up to a grand jury.
Wilson fatally shot Brown Aug. 9, sparking massive protests that garnered national attention.