FILE - In this June 22, 2018 file photo, art gallery proprietor Luis Alvarez, left, and sculptor Domenic Esposito, right, stand beside an 800-pound sculpture of a bent, burnt heroin spoon placed in front of the Stamford, Conn., headquarters of Purdue Pharma, to protest the company’s manufacture of opioids. Alvarez is due to be arraigned in Stamford on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, on a charge of interfering with police. (Susan Dunne/Hartford Courant via AP, File)
FILE - In this June 22, 2018 file photo, art gallery proprietor Luis Alvarez, left, and sculptor Domenic Esposito, right, stand beside an 800-pound sculpture of a bent, burnt heroin spoon placed in front of the Stamford, Conn., headquarters of Purdue Pharma, to protest the company’s manufacture of opioids. Alvarez is due to be arraigned in Stamford on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, on a charge of interfering with police. (Susan Dunne/Hartford Courant via AP, File) Susan Dunne AP
FILE - In this June 22, 2018 file photo, art gallery proprietor Luis Alvarez, left, and sculptor Domenic Esposito, right, stand beside an 800-pound sculpture of a bent, burnt heroin spoon placed in front of the Stamford, Conn., headquarters of Purdue Pharma, to protest the company’s manufacture of opioids. Alvarez is due to be arraigned in Stamford on Tuesday, July 10, 2018, on a charge of interfering with police. (Susan Dunne/Hartford Courant via AP, File) Susan Dunne AP

Lawyer to officials: Return spoon sculpture used in protest

July 10, 2018 05:34 PM