2021-05-14 18:54:14 –
Thomas Edward Humphrey, a 32-year-old St. Paul’s anti-Baxer, has twice videotaped walking with a COVID-19 vaccine vial, but with misdemeanor, chaotic behavior, and post-expiration driving. Was charged with.
In a social media post on May 4, Oakdale Police Captain Nick Newton said after Humphrey drove to Alina Health’s site, took several inoculated Pfizer vials and yelled at people about how to do it. The vaccine, which said the quote was mailed on Thursday, is trying to kill them. Humphrey left before the police got there.
Humphrey, who considers himself a sovereign citizen and promotes his involvement with rebel groups, Recorded the theft on his phone, And the next day at a CVS pharmacy that Oakdale investigators believe is in St. Paul.
Vaccines are considered safe by health authorities and hold the key to the fight against the deadly coronavirus epidemic.
Humphrey’s video generated hundreds of comments on his Facebook page with nearly 26,000 followers and national media coverage.
By Monday afternoon, the post was deleted or kept private. But it wasn’t before the investigators saw them.
“I think the biggest thing is what he posted. There was almost all the evidence we needed,” Newton said.
According to Newton, the big unknown was the value of the vaccine, and Alina Health was $ 100.
“It was probably the most difficult hang and I tried to get them to offer a dollar amount for charging,” he said.
The video showed that Humfrey went through the first vaccination process with a nurse. After answering a few questions, he picked up the vaccine, held it over his cell phone, and said, “This is what they are addicting to everyone.”
He stood up and shouted to others not to get the vaccine.
“This will kill you, I promise!” He exclaimed.
When he heads to the door, the nurse is heard in a video telling him several times that the vial contains multiple doses.
In a CVS pharmacy video, Humphrey unboxed a vial of Johnson & Johnson vaccine, and the worker handed him out of the store, despite a plea for the worker not to leave.
In an unrelated case two days after the theft on May 4, Humphrey was arrested for obstructing legal proceedings, driving an unregistered vehicle without a plate, and driving after it expired, and was booked in Anoka County Prison. It was. He was released on the same day.
Humphrey’s criminal record dates back to 2008 and includes four convictions for driving after a stop and a misdemeanor driving during a drunk driving in 2012 in Ramsey County. In 2019, he was convicted of post-expired and uninsured driving in Washington County. I couldn’t ask Humphrey for comment on Friday.
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