Bloomington makes it illegal to possess undocumented catalytic converters not connected to vehicle

By WCCO Staff Updated on: September 19, 2022 / 2:54 PM / CBS Minnesota BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- A new ordinance in Bloomington makes it a misdemeanor ...

September 20, 2022
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By WCCO Staff Updated on: September 19, 2022 / 2:54 PM / CBS Minnesota BLOOMINGTON, Minn. -- A new ordinance in Bloomington makes it a misdemeanor crime to possess a catalytic converter not connected to a vehicle.Bloomington Police Chief Booker Hodges addressed the new ordinance Monday. He said if someone is found with a catalytic converter and cannot prove it is owned by them, they could be arrested. "It's no secret in the suburbs and in the cities we've had a lot of problems with catalytic converter thefts," Hodges said.

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