Poynter, a journalism support organization, is also collecting a list. The Press Freedom Foundation is tracking and filing public records requests for arrested journalists. MuckRock News is also filing public records requests.
The following reporters have been arrested in Ferguson:
- Wesley Lowery (Washington Post)
- Ryan J. Reilly (Huffington Post)
- Antonio French (citizen, elected official)
Reporters are being arrested without charge and without being read their Miranda rights.
- Robert Klemko (Sports Illustrated) (source)
- Rob Crilly (The Telegraph) (source)
- Matthew Giles (independent) (source one, two) "held w/ 5 others in armored truck 6 hours before booking @ Clayton Jail"
- Neil Munshi (Financial Times) (source one, two) (briefly detained)
Scott Olson (Getty Images) (source one, two) (mugshot)
- See his images of Ferguson for Getty
- Tweet from Ryan J. Reilly: "He was literally just across the street from the media area. Not a good sign for media access tonight."
- As of 9:00pm CDT Scott has been released, according to Getty Images.
- Kerry Picket (Breitbart) (source one)
- Matty Giles (student) (source one)
- CNN reporter Don Lemon was threatened with arrest and police tried to stop him in the middle of a live broadcast. [source] The officer, Dan Page, has been removed from duty.
Early morning / Overnight
- Reports of 2 foreign journalists being detained (Sources: one, two, three) (Photo of the arrest, second photo)
- Ryan Devereaux (The Intercept) (source one, two, three, four) (released Tuesday Morning) (he wrote this account of his arrest)
- Lukas Hermsmeier (Bild, Germany) (source one, two) (released Tuesday Morning)
- Frank Hermann (Die Welt, Germany) (source)
- Ansgar Graw (Die Welt, Germany) (source, two) (mugshot)
- Reportedly, at least one reporter was arrested.
- Coulter Loeb (Cincinnati Herald) (source one, two, three) (he was previously arrested photographing police in 2011)
- Bilgin Şaşmaz (Anadolu Agency, Turkey) (source one) (FOIA request)
- Max Suchan, a law student and an observer for the National Lawyers Guild was arrested. (source, two) Read an account of his arrest.
Learn more about other arrests in Ferguson protests.