(Minneapolis, MN) — Democrats in Minnesota are pushing to ban warrants that let police enter homes without knocking. A state hearing on a proposal could happen next week. It would follow days of protests over the Minneapolis police killing of a 22-year-old Black man. Amir Locke was shot in an apartment when officers busted in while he was sleeping and in possession of a firearm. Hundreds of students staged a walk out yesterday carrying “Protect Young Black Lives” signs as they marched to the governor’s home.
MN To Consider No-Knock Ban After Locke Killing
By Ashley Hanley|2022-02-09T04:43:28-06:00February 9th, 2022|