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No "Safer at Home Order" citations issued yet in Door County

Although 18 formal complaints have been filed to date in Door County, no citations have been issued by local law enforcement agencies over the “Safer at Home Order”.  In a joint informational release issued on social media Thursday, Door County Sheriff Tammy Sternard, Sturgeon Bay Police Chief Arleigh Porter and District Attorney Colleen Nordin asked the public “to consider how both your actions and statements may affect others during this difficult time.  All of the 18 formal complaints regarding possible violations were investigated to date and none have been referred to the District Attorney’s Office for criminal prosecution.  The law enforcement agencies noted in the release that they appreciate the willingness of citizens to voluntarily comply with the order and recommendations handed down by other agencies overseeing the unprecedented health emergency.  You can see the complete Facebook post on DoorCountyDailyNews.com.  Sheriff Sternard and Police Chief Porter could not be reached for comment on Thursday. 

 

 

 

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