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RIVERSIDE & ORANGE COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENTS MAKE ANNOUNCEMENT FOLLOWING NEWSOM NEW STAY AT HOME ORDER

The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department announced they, “will not be responding to calls for service based solely on non-compliance with the new order or social distancing and mask guidelines.”

This in response to Governor Newsom’s Thursday announcement of a nighttime curfew, prohibiting “non-essential” activities and gatherings between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. starting Saturday November 21 for all counties in the states purple tier.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Department made a similar announcement to that in Riverside as their response to Newsom’s announcement as well.

“At this time, due to the need to have deputies available for emergency calls for service, deputies will not be responding to requests for face-coverings or social gatherings-only enforcement,” read their statement.

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