St. Louis police cite 9 for trespassing in June protest outside couple's mansion

ST. LOUIS, Mo. — City police have issued trespassing summonses to nine protesters who on June 28 marched onto Portland Place, a private and gated street where a St. Louis couple brandished guns as demonstrators walked past their mansion.The police department confirmed it issued citations to nine people but declined to identify them, citing provisions of the state Sunshine Law that seals arrest reports and other records during an active investigation.“The police department investigated nine instances of trespassing related to this incident,” St. Louis police spokeswoman Evita Caldwell said in a…

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