Orange County Sheriff Won’t Enforce Newsoms’ Orders

Orange Coun­ty Sher­iff Don Barnes announced on Thurs­day that his depart­ment will no longer respond to calls over social gath­er­ings and masks under Demo­c­ra­t­ic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent stay-at-home order.

New­som issued a lock­down order sched­uled to go into effect on Sat­ur­day night to com­bat the coro­n­avirus. Respond­ing to the announce­ment, Barnes stat­ed that his depart­ment would not be respond­ing rig­or­ous­ly to calls con­cern­ing mask­ing or crowd sizes as the task force is already being stretched to its limits.

“Ear­li­er today, the Orange Coun­ty sheriff’s depart­ment became aware of a lim­it­ed Stay at Home Order that Gov­er­nor Newsom’s office ordered to go into effect on Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 21 at 10 PM,” Barnes said in a statement.

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