Fired Officer Derek Chauvin Moved to Three Detention Facilities

Derek Chauvin, the fired Minneapolis police officer charged with George Floyd's death, was moved to three different detention facilities in the same day.

Chauvin, after being taken into custody at the Ramsey County jail and charged with third-degree murder and mansalughter, was moved to the Hennepin County jail Sunday afternoon.

Now, the Minnesota Department of Corrections says that Chauvin has moved to the Minnesota Correctional Facility in Oak Park Heights. The DOC website says Oak Park Height's facility is for inmates "who need a higher level of security."

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