Littering leads Minneapolis police to guns, bomb supplies, drone parts – KMSP

– A confrontation over littering in Minneapolis led to an arrest that led to the recovery of a loaded AK-47, large amounts of ammunition, drone parts and supplies that could be used to make bombs, according to a criminal complaint filed earlier this month.

Abdullah Nassie Alrifahe, 27, of Minneapolis was charged with a carrying a pistol in public without a permit.
According to the criminal complaint, Minneapolis police were flagged down by a citizen near the intersection of 44th Avenue N. and Humboldt Avenue N. at 5:11 p.m. on the evening of May 11. The man told police he had walked by a parked car with two men inside who threw food wrappers out the window. When he confronted the men, they at first ignored him, but when he stopped to take down the license plate, the men got out of the car and called him

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