Police in a Colorado city warn of possible $1,000 fine or jail time for not following stay-at-home order
The police department in one Colorado city sent out a warning Tuesday following multiple reports people were not following the governor's stay at home order.
Canon City Police say they don't want to issue a fine or summons, but will if they need to. The department has received multiple tips about young adults gathering in groups across the city.
"Everyone is reminded that a violation can result in a fine of $1000 and/or jail time," Sgt. Steven Huskey with the Canon City Police Department wrote in a release.
The message is simple, but some people aren't taking it seriously.
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