Arrests of Rioters outside Hennepin County PSF

August 25, 2020 in MNPEA News by MNPEA

On the evening of 8/24/20 a large group gathered outside of the Hennepin County PSF. They became unruly, smashing windows and damaging property. 11 were arrested web directory.

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Below is a Press Release from the HCSO One the accused.

HCSO Deputies Arrest Demonstrators
Hennepin County sent this bulletin at 08/25/2020 01:55 AM CDT
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Press Release

Media Contact: Andy Skoogman, 612-919-5918

Deputies Arrest nearly a Dozen Demonstrators Outside the Adult Detention Center
August 25, 2020 (Minneapolis) – Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson said deputies arrested nearly a dozen people outside the Hennepin County Adult Detention Center in downtown Minneapolis after a demonstration turned destructive late last night and early this morning Lg tv smartshare download.

Sheriff Hutchinson said 11 individuals were arrested and are being held on probable cause riot, damage to property and unlawful assembly.

Demonstrators broke windows at the detention center and threatened to breach the security of the jail, the sheriff said 툼레이더 2018 한글자막 다운로드. One police officer suffered a broken hand during an altercation with demonstrators.

At one point, approximately 100 people were gathered outside the detention center. The crowd finally dispersed shortly after 1:00 am after deputies made the arrests. Demonstrators began gathering downtown earlier in the evening and marched through the streets of Minneapolis, stopping at a number of locations before ending up in front of the detention center.

“We fully support peaceful protests, but we can not – and will not – allow demonstrators to destroy property or jeopardize the safety and security of our inmates, our deputies and our jail,” Sheriff Hutchinson said.

Officers from Minneapolis Police and Metro Transit assisted deputies from the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office.


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