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Hagen wrong to interfere in traffic stop

July 8, 2021

Frederick County Councilman Kai Hagen’s decision to interject himself in what appeared to be a lawful traffic stop being conducted by a sheriff’s deputy last month was wrong. Hagen, who was with his wife in the area of U.S. 15 and Catoctin Furnace Road on June 20, said he pulled over near the traffic stop as a “concerned citizen” and wanted to make sure the motorist, who was Black, was OK. The deputy recognized Hagen and told him to leave because he was blocking the road and interfering in the stop.

Article Source: Frederick News Post

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