Authorities have refused to discuss what occurred, citing an ongoing investigation, which is being led by the Department of Justice.
In cellphone video, which appears to be shot from inside a nearby parked vehicle, one of two police officers outside the store can be seen tackling a man in a red shirt and wrestling him to the ground. The warrant says Sterling did not obey the order and resisted arrest, at which point the officers "deployed their BRPD issued Tasers".
Sterling's funeral will be held Friday in Baton Rouge. Services will be at the Southern University F.G. Clark Activity Center. Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry said in a statement that he won't have access to the federal investigation on the shooting until it's completed and a decision has been made on potential federal charges.
Detective Donny Moses said in a phone interview that about 25 people had gathered about 6:30 p.m. Monday at Fulton and North avenues, where 24-year-old Jermaine Schofield was shot and killed early Sunday.
But most of those detained live in Louisiana - the Baton Rouge and New Orleans areas mostly - and faced a single charge of obstructing a highway, the sheriff's spokeswoman Hicks said. Police made almost 200 arrests over the weekend in Baton Rouge.
East Baton Rouge District Attorney Hillar Moore said at a news conference he has known the parents of Blane Salamoni, one of the officers in case, for a long time, and therefore it could be inappropriate for him to be a part of the investigation into what happened.
"If the security system is concealed then how did Baton Rouge Police Department get the make, model, the name of the security system but for the fact that they did an illegal search before they obtained the warrant", Porter said.
Kira Marrero, a 22-year-old resident of New Orleans who graduated last year from Williams College in MA, was the first protester freed from Baton Rouge's jail on Sunday.
A list released Monday by the East Baton Rouge Parish Sherriff's office shows that 38 of the 50 people arrested at protests that began Sunday are from Louisiana.
Police made almost 200 arrests in Louisiana's capital city during weekend protests nationwide in which people angry over police killings of young Black men sought to block some major interstates.
Tensions between black citizens and police have risen palpably since last week's killings of Alton Sterling in the Louisiana capital, Baton Rouge, and Philando Castile in Minnesota by white officers, and a retaliatory attack on white police by a black sniper in Dallas that killed five officers and wounded several others including two civilians. He said Sterling was not holding a gun during the shooting but that he saw officers remove one from his pocket afterward.
Police officers detain protesters as they try to clear streets while protesters were gathering against another group of protesters in Baton Rouge, La., Sunday, July 10, 2016.
More than a thousand demonstrators left a Black Lives Matter rally in Memphis, Tennessee, and occupied a Mississippi River bridge Sunday night, temporarily halting traffic on Interstate 40. Elsewhere, hundreds answered a call by that group to march onto I-264 in Portsmouth, Virginia, marooning motorists for hours inside the area's Downtown Tunnel.
In recent days, demonstrators also tried but failed to block highways in Atlanta and Columbia, South Carolina, while in San Francisco, police managed to keep them off the Bay Bridge.
During a confrontation Sunday evening near an interstate ramp, a police officer in an armored vehicle had warned protesters over a loudspeaker that they would be arrested if they didn't leave the area.