St. Cloud man lied about officer assault

Matthew Randall Moe, 22, has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of falsely reporting a crime. Moe, who is African-American, alleged that two white officers stopped him at a park in February and assaulted him.
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Matthew Randall Moe, 22, has pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of falsely reporting a crime. Moe, who is African-American, alleged that two white officers stopped him at a park in February and assaulted him.

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