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California business owner blocks in health inspector's car after he threatens lockdown citations: 'If we can't work, he can't work'

KCBS reported that Roman invested thousands of dollars in his restaurant by opening an outdoor patio when outdoor dining was still permitted in Los Angeles County and even began digging into his own personal savings account to pay staff and serve customers.

"I think we have entered into the realm of a lose-lose situation," he admitted.

GoFundMe page to benefit Roman's restaurant and employees has received more than $32,000 in donations at the time of this reporting.

In a statement, the Covina Police Department said, "The peace was kept and Mr. Roman's vehicle was moved from the roadway, allowing the health inspector to leave. We have no information on citations or fines issued by L.A. County Health Inspectors as they are a different entity."

The L.A. County Public Health Department has not responded to the Daily Caller's request for comment at the time of this reporting, but KCBS reports that Roman is facing two $500 fines for failure to comply and interfering with the health officer.

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