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#policestate #governmentoverreach #pandemic #chinesevirus #lockdown Laredo police arrested Ana Isabel Castro-Garcia, 31, after she allegedly agreed to provide an undercover officer with a manicure. She was charged with "Violation of Emergency Management Plan C/B," according to KGNS-TV, an NBC affiliate in Laredo. Castro-Garcia was taken to the Webb County Jail for booking, where she was held on a $500 bond. Brenda Stephany Mata, 20, was arrested after she reportedly agreed to perform eyelash service inside her home for an undercover cop. She was also charged with "Violation of Emergency Management Plan C/B" and was also taken to Webb County Jail and held on a $500 bond. "Both of the violators independently solicited customers via social media. On both cases, an undercover officer working on the COVID-19 task force enforcement detail made contact with each solicitor to set up an appointment for a cosmetic, beauty service that is prohibited under the emergency ordinance," Laredo Police said in a statement. Authorities said that offering salon services, even at the person's home, is a violation of the stay-at-home orders instituted during the coronavirus pandemic. --Women arrested by undercover police for operating home salon - TheBlaze --https://www.theblaze.com/news/texas-women-arrested-salon-home -RETRIEVED-Mon Apr 27 2020 17:03:56 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
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#policestate #governmentoverreach #pandemic #chinesevirus #lockdown Laredo police arrested Ana Isabel Castro-Garcia, 31, after she allegedly agreed to provide an undercover officer with a manicure. She was charged with "Violation of Emergency Management Plan C/B," according to KGNS-TV, an NBC affiliate in Laredo. Castro-Garcia was taken to the Webb County Jail for booking, where she was held on a $500 bond. Brenda Stephany Mata, 20, was arrested after she reportedly agreed to perform eyelash service inside her home for an undercover cop. She was also charged with "Violation of Emergency Management Plan C/B" and was also taken to Webb County Jail and held on a $500 bond. "Both of the violators independently solicited customers via social media. On both cases, an undercover officer working on the COVID-19 task force enforcement detail made contact with each solicitor to set up an appointment for a cosmetic, beauty service that is prohibited under the emergency ordinance," Laredo Police said in a statement. Authorities said that offering salon services, even at the person's home, is a violation of the stay-at-home orders instituted during the coronavirus pandemic. --Women arrested by undercover police for operating home salon - TheBlaze --https://www.theblaze.com/news/texas-women-arrested-salon-home -RETRIEVED-Mon Apr 27 2020 17:03:56 GMT+0200 (Central European Summer Time)
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