An Iowa state senator was arrested and charged with a easy misdemeanor after refusing to abide by a regulation enforcement officer, in response to a legal grievance filed in courtroom.
Sen. Adrian Dickey of Packwood, Iowa, was taken into custody Monday afternoon. A $300 bond was posted the identical day, and a courtroom listening to is about for August 8.
Sac County Sheriff Sgt. Jonathan Meyer stated that he was working RAGBRAI, an annual bike trip throughout Iowa, and noticed a big group of individuals in the midst of a highway that wanted to be cleared. Meyer notes that he requested Dickey to maneuver and Dickey “suggested that he was not going to maneuver” and “to arrest him.”
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mondaDickey was arrested and brought to Sac County Jail and charged with interference with official acts.
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“I’m completely harmless of the cost filed towards me,” Dickey stated in an announcement to the Des Moines Register, referring additional inquiries to his lawyer. The newspaper reported that Dickey’s lawyer, Matt Schultz, declined to remark.
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