Minn. Stat. § 629.30

Current through 2021, c. 31
Section 629.30 - ARRESTS; BY WHOM MADE; AIDING OFFICER
Subdivision 1.Definition.

Arrest means taking a person into custody that the person may be held to answer for a public offense. "Arrest" includes actually restraining a person or taking into custody a person who submits.

Subd. 2.Who may arrest.

An arrest may be made:

(1) by a peace officer under a warrant;
(2) by a peace officer without a warrant;
(3) by an officer in the United States Customs and Border Protection or the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services without a warrant;
(4) by a private person.

A private person shall aid a peace officer in executing a warrant when requested to do so by the officer.

Minn. Stat. § 629.30

(10566) RL s 5225; 1981 c 108 s 1; 1985 c 265 art 10 s 1; 2007 c 13 art 1 s 25