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Door County crime expected to remain low during shelter-in-place period

Local law enforcement thinks that Door County’s seasonality could help it avoid spikes in theft being seen in other parts of the country. Non-essential businesses become a juicy target for burglary the longer they remain shuttered. Chief Deputy Pat McCarty from the Door County Sheriff’s Department says that a large number of area businesses already close during the offseason. Hence, things are closer to normal here, even if they aren’t quite normal.

 


Governor Evers’ “Safer at Home” order runs until at least May 26th.

 

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