25 charged with violating Minnesota's 'stay at home' order

25 charged with violating Minnesota's 'stay at home' order

Updated: April 14, 2020 04:56 PM
Created: April 14, 2020 04:09 PM

More than two dozen people have been charged with violating Gov. Tim Walz's 'stay at home' orders as of Tuesday, according to court data.

Walz has issued several orders in respose to the COVID-19 pandemic, and first put in place an order for Minnesotans to stay home on March 27. Last week, he extended that to May 4.

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While Walz and state leaders have said they didn't want to charge or arrest anyone for violating the order, there are always exceptions. As of Tuesday, 25 people had been charged in the state with violating the order.

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