MINNEAPOLIS (AP) —The mayor of Minneapolis says she's requested a federal civil rights investigation into the weekend shooting of a black man by police.

Mayor Betsy Hodges says she has confidence in investigators within the department and with the state Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. But Hodges says the city needs "all the tools we have available to us."

Twenty-four-year-old Jamar Clark was shot in the head early Sunday. Police say they were responding to a domestic assault when Clark, a suspect in that incident, interfered with medical personnel and scuffled with officers.

Some community members and activists say Clark was handcuffed when he was shot, and they staged protests that continued Monday.

Gov. Mark Dayton issued a statement saying he supported the request.

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Minneapolis' police chief says two officers involved in the weekend shooting of a black man were not wearing body cameras.

Chief Janee Harteau declined to talk about surveillance video or say whether the officers' squad car had a camera that might have captured the shooting.

Twenty-four-year-old Jamar Clark was shot in the head early Sunday. Police say Clark, a suspect in a domestic assault, interfered with medical personnel and scuffled with officers.

Some community members and activists say Clark was handcuffed when he was shot, and they staged protests Sunday and Monday.

Harteau says two city police cars have been vandalized. She wasn't clear about where the cars were. She says one person was arrested and charged.