Brickbats: November 2020
Douglas County, Nevada, Public Library Director Amy Dodson said a statement from the library in support of the Black Lives Matter movement was not an attack on police. But that’s not how Sheriff Daniel Coverley interpreted it. “Due to your support of Black Lives Matter and the obvious lack of support or trust with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, please do not feel the need to call 911 for help,” Coverley wrote in a letter to the library. A spokesman later said that, despite Coverley’s letter, the sheriff’s office would continue to respond to emergency calls from the library.
Police in Golden Valley, Minnesota, used drones to see if anyone was bathing nude or topless on a secluded beach on Twin Lake. Nude and topless sunbathing is illegal, but visitors have been stripping off at that beach for decades. Police Sgt. Randy Mahlen told a local TV station that using drones to police nude sunbathing is “no different than a surveillance camera in a…high-crime area.”
The city of San Diego has been paying for three years to lease the former Sempra Energy headqua
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