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Nearly two dozen charged with violating Gov. Tim Walz's stay-at-home orders


April 14, 2020

Anthony Souffle – Star Tribune

Metro Transit police dispersed a group of people after responding to a disturbance on a Green Line train outside Union Depot in St. Paul on March 28, as Minnesotans adjusted to the first day of Gov. Tim Walz's stay-at-home order.

Nearly two dozen Minnesotans have been charged with violating Gov. Tim Walz's emergency orders aimed at curbing the spread of COVID-19, revealing that authorities continue to tack on the count as a secondary offense to other crimes.

The charge - violating any emergency powers order or rule - was filed against a man accused of exposing his genitals to people on a bike trail, a man who allegedly met up with a prostitute at a suburban hotel and a business owner who kept his Brainerd lingerie and underwear store open, among others.


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