The alleged violations, which are minor misdemeanors, occurred last week.
Feaster said that people are “sitting down at Third and Main all day and night selling dope around the clock” and yet police instead stop him for bike infractions.
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“Leave me alone,” he shouted, before pounding his fist on the podium. “You don’t have no reason to do this, but you want to do it out of spite.”
“I’m tired of being nice, man,” he said. “I’ll fight anyone.”
Feaster turned to the audience and loudly addressed police Chief Richard Biehl, “You tell them to leave me alone.”
Feaster eventually was escorted away from the podium by a police officer when his time ran out to address the commission.