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7-Eleven Bottle Return Protest

 

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AAPD lieutenant Ed Dreslinski explains bottle returns are covered by "administrative law, not criminal law. It's not something the police would be involved in. It's up to the [Michigan] treasury department to impose sanctions." As for 7-Eleven, Dreslinski explains that Harrison is barred because he's made a nuisance of himself, and trespassing is something the police get involved in.

Did the officers on the scene suggest Harrison picket Noodles & Co.? Dreslinski laughs: "They might have tried to keep him moving."

7-Eleven owner Linda Russ won't say any more than "we've taken it up with the police and resolved it." But she may still have a problem with the state. Treasury department communications director Terry Stanton says Harrison has administrative law, at least, on his side.

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