Church volunteers threatened with arrest for feeding homeless people biscuits and coffeePolice State USA
Sep. 10, 2013
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RALEIGH, NC — Apparently in Raleigh, NC, feeding those that are hungry is now a jailable offense. A local non-profit that cares for the city’s homeless was told by police that if they handed out a hot meal from the sidewalk, they would be arrested. More than 70 people had already arrived, knowing that the volunteers would be there with sausage biscuits and coffee.