Sunday, January 24, 2021

Pastor as well as Republican Political candidate arrested for ‘for suspicion of being in violation of Moscow, Idaho’s mask/social distancing order’

Gabe Rench

What happened: A “psalm sing” attended by more than 100 people Wednesday in the Moscow, Idaho City Hall parking lot led to three arrests, including that of Latah County commission candidate Gabriel Rench.

Rench, a Moscow Republican running against incumbent Moscow Democrat Tom Lamar in November’s election, was one of five people cited by Moscow police for suspicion of being in violation of Moscow’s mask/social distancing order, according to Moscow Police Chief James Fry.

https://twitter.com/WildHerbWays/status/1309139479265935362?s=20

(D) Mayor of Moscow, Bill Lambert: We could find no comment from the Mayor on the arrest of Pastor Rench as of yet, only a recent press release in July stating, “I am proud to serve as the Mayor of Moscow, a culturally diverse and welcoming community.”

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