Charges Possible After Saturday Fracas In Moscow, ID; Charges Against Kirkers Remain

A 59-year-old man punched a 55-year-old man multiple times in the face after the younger man threw coffee at the older man Saturday afternoon during a protest across the street from the Moscow Police Department, according to Moscow police Capt. Will Krasselt and a video posted on YouTube.

… Krasselt said the incident was forwarded to the prosecutor’s office for a charge against the 59-year-old man.

… Five people were cited for suspicion of violating the city’s face mask order at the first gathering at City Hall — a “psalm sing” Wednesday. Three of those people were arrested, including Latah County commissioner candidate Gabriel Rench, and have been released from jail.

City Attorney Mia Bautista said in an email Monday that none of the charges against the five people have been dismissed. Read more»

Garrett Cabeza, “ Man could face charges after throwing punches at protest,” Moscow-Pullman Daily News, September 29, 2020.


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