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Police propose new curfew for teens in downtown Minneapolis

KARE 11 reports the Minneapolis Police Department wants to ban teens 17 and younger from Nicollet and Hennepin Avenues after 8 p.m. This is in response to mobs of young people randomly assaulting and robbing people in that section of downtown. At least six incidents have been reported since early February.
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KARE 11 reports the Minneapolis Police Department wants to ban teens 17 and younger from Nicollet and Hennepin Avenues after 8 p.m. This is in response to mobs of young people randomly assaulting and robbing people in that section of downtown. At least six incidents have been reported since early February.

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