10 additional felony charges in connection to recent unrest in Minneapolis

Monday,

The Hennepin County Attorney’s Office announced Monday that it has charged 10 additional felonies in connection to the looting that occurred on Aug. 26 and Aug. 27. There are now 26 felony charges in total.

Additional felony charges include:

  1. Daniel Lamoreaux-Enno, 29, of Minneapolis, with third-degree burglary at a business near the 6000 block of Portland Avenue South on Aug. 27. 27-CR-20-18729,
  2. Jerrode Johnson, 36, of Minneapolis, with third-degree burglary at Centre Village located at 433 South 7th Street on Aug. 26. 27-CR-20-18703,
  3. Krista Gonsior, 39, of Minneapolis, with third-degree burglary at Centre Village located at 433 South 7th Street on Aug. 26. 27-CR-20-18705,
  4. Justin Rock-Fairbanks, 24, of Minneapolis, with third-degree burglary at Foot Locker located at 23 S 7th Street on Aug. 26. 27-CR-20-18700,
  5. Marquies Scott, 22, of Medina, with third-degree burglary at Foot Locker located at 23 S 7th Street on Aug. 26. 27-CR-20-18706,
  6. Gregory Lee, 25, of Minneapolis, with second-degree burglary at a clinic in the area of 28th Street and Nicollet Avenue on Aug. 26. 27-CR-20-18711,
  7. Bryant Wheeler, 50, of Minneapolis, with third-degree burglary at a Speedway in Minneapolis on Aug. 26. 27-CR-20-18702,
  8. Martell Tolbert, 41, of Bloomington, with third-degree burglary at a restaurant near Second Avenue South and South Tenth Street on Aug. 27. 27-CR-20-18720,
  9. Hanz Williams, 23, of Burnsville, with third-degree burglary at a restaurant near Second Avenue South and South Tenth Street on Aug. 27. 27-CR-20-18722,
  10. Devon Holt, 30, with fifth-degree drug possession on Aug. 27. 27-CR-20-18737.

Due to the large number, it is impossible to post all of the cases on the website. Therefore, you will need to access the public court records to obtain the criminal complaints.

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