Police Shooting Minneapolis Fake Signs

Police Shooting Minneapolis Fake Signs

A fake street sign is mounted on the same pole as legitimate ones at the intersection of Cedar and Riverside Aves. Sunday, July 23, 2017, in Minneapolis. The fatal shooting of an Australian woman by a Minneapolis police officer has sparked the posting of at least two fake street signs warning people of "easily startled" officers. The Star Tribune reports the signs were spotted this weekend, one in Minneapolis and one in St. Paul. The official-looking orange metal sign reads: "WARNING: TWIN CITIES POLICE EASILY STARTLED." (Erin Adler/Star Tribune via AP)

Use Information This content is intended for editorial use only.
For other uses, additional clearances may be required.

Contributor: Newspaper Member

17205551742626
July 23, 2017 11:19:34 AM
July 24, 2017 03:50:34 PM
Erin Adler
Star Tribune
ASSOCIATED PRESS
MANDATORY CREDIT; ST. PAUL PIONEER PRESS OUT; KARE11/TENGA AND NBC AFFILIATES OUT; WCCO AND CBS AFFILIATES OUT; KMSP AND FOX AFFILIATES OUT; KSTP AND ABC AFFILIATES OUT; TPT AND PBS AFFILIATES OUT
1963 x 1376 1.25 MB
Shootings, Violent crime, Crime, General news, Police, Law enforcement agencies, Government and politics
Minneapolis, MINNESOTA, UNITED STATES
MNMIT101
MBO
Wheeler

This content is intended for editorial use only. For other uses, additional clearances may be required.

X

Message Box

Cancel
Ok
No
Yes