“So, leave the community alone.”
Judd said there were three protests in Polk County on Monday night, and all were peaceful.
During a Tuesday news conference, Judd said, “Let there be no misunderstanding, at all, that if you come here to riot, to loot, to injure people, we’re going to lock you up in the county jail before quick.
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“The message is clear,” he said. “If you come here to peaceably assemble and protest, we’re gonna make sure we protect your constitutional right to do that and we encourage it. But for those who want to come in, stealthily, among those wonderful people who are simply making their position known, the ones that tried to infiltrate, we are going to hunt you down and lock you up if you engage in any criminal conduct.”