Yesterday, Zoe Richards brought us this report about anti-masking protests in Idaho which involved armed protestors showing up at the homes of public officials while they met to vote on a new COVID mitigation ordinance. The meeting was called off so one Ada County Commissioner, Diana Lachiondo, could go home to where he son was home alone as armed protestors menaced the home. Last night Boise Police Chief Ryan Lee told reporters there are now three active arrest warrants for people involved in the protest outside Lachiondo’s home and likely more arrest warrants coming. “In connection with Commissioner Lachiondo’s house, we have three active arrest warrants and we are securing other warrants for other activities related that was criminal to the events that occurred last night,” said Chief Lee.
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