Ashland Man Charged With Harassment Accused Of Telling Stores Clerks He Had Coronavirus
An Ashland man is now charged with harassment accused of telling 2 store clerks he had COVID-19 and asked them if they wanted it.
According to court records 26 year old Anthony Nunes was arrested yesterday on suspicion of 2 counts of first-degree harassment, a Class E felony.
The probable cause statement reads Nunes told 2 Jefferson City store clerks, one on Friday and the other on Saturday he had COVID-19 and asked them if they wanted to have the disease caused by the novel coronavirus.
Nunes was allegedly coughing and told the clerks he had a sore throat and fever.
It is not known whether Nunes actually has the coronavirus.