News last month that the Ramsey County District Attorney’s Office would not seek charges stemming from low-level roadside checks is still brewing among many elected law enforcement officials. Two Minnesota sheriff’s offices continue to indirectly attack the attorney over the ruling by publishing arrests or arrests resulting from low-level traffic stops.
Isanti County, located in what would be considered central Minnesota, posted on social media yesterday morning that a low-level traffic stop resulted in a felony arrest for driving with a revoked license and possession of methamphetamine .
Earlier in the morning, the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office, which commented on the post from the Isanti County Sheriff’s Office, wrote about another low-level traffic stop that amounted to an arrest criminal level.
Yesterday evening, one of our assistants carried out a roadside check on a vehicle pulling a trailer. During the investigation, the …
The message from the Chisago County Sheriff’s Office relates what happened leading up to the felony-level arrest, which the Sheriff’s Office joked at the end:
“And how do you think it all started? Because a proactive assistant chose to apply a minor equipment violation, which in this case was a tail light on the trailer.”
Both posts from both sheriff’s offices received positive feedback from their audiences, many said they appreciated the openness of the sheriff’s offices for what they posted, and many also expressed support for the sheriff’s forces. local order.