Golden Valley Police Used Drone To Surveil Topless Beachgoers

Beachgoers, some topless, at a beach on Twin Lake, near Theodore Wirth Park, were surveilled using a police drone the evening of Friday, July 10. And after spotting illegal activity, police showed up to collect information on the people who broke the law.

By the time police arrived, most people had covered up, a beach goer told WCCO, but police still collected their information.

Video (it does contain profanity) posted publicly to Facebook shows when the officers were at the beach, with the beach goer who posted the video describing what she witnessed in the caption, saying after using the drone, police arrived and "b-lined it" to the Black people.


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