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Minnesota woman's littering ticket grows into possible arrest warrant

A ticket for littering in Michigan could lead to an arrest for a Minnesota woman. A federal judge threatens to sign out an arrest warrant for Ginger Postells because she hasn’t paid the 225-dollar fine or appeared at two court hearings.
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A ticket for littering in Michigan could lead to an arrest for a Minnesota woman. A federal judge threatens to sign out an arrest warrant for Ginger Postells because she hasn’t paid the 225-dollar fine or appeared at two court hearings.

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