Blue State Police Dept Posts Suspects With Lego Heads Due To New ID Protection Law

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A Southern California police department has been using photoshopped Lego heads as a way of protecting suspect identities for their social media posts due to new state laws.

The Murrieta Police Department’s (MPD) features several Facebook and Instagram posts of suspects with Lego heads. The posts show suspects in images at various scenes where their arrests occurred. The police department’s social media team photoshopped Lego blocks with a variety of facial expressions instead of their faces.

One image posted to the department’s Instagram account shows a suspect kneeling during what appears to be an arrest. The Lego block head photoshopped onto the man has a shocked facial expression while looking at the person standing in front of him.

“Last week officers participated in a game of #HideAndSeek in the area of Madison Avenue and Murrieta Hot Springs Road. Fortunately for the officers, they were able to use GPS to locate …

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