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Law enforcement keeping track of social distancing

Law enforcement personnel in Door and Kewaunee Counties are reminding people about possible violations of Governor Tony Evers’ Safer at Home order. Incident reports show the Door County Sheriff’s Department has responded to seven order violations since it went into effect March 24th. It has been less than that in Kewaunee County, but the Kewaunee Police Department is telling anglers to give themselves plenty of space while sucker and smelt fishing or else they will be forced to close the pier down. Kewaunee Police Chief Jim Kleiman says they have been more informative with their approach to possible order violations.

Citations issued for violating the governor’s order could include a fine of up to $500 and at least 30 days in jail. 

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