California: Democrat Governor Gavin Newsom announced a Covid-19 curfew between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m., beginning this weekend, that prohibits “nonessential work” and gatherings in areas where the state is in the purple tier, which is 94% of the state. A local Fox news station reported that San Bernardino, Orange, Ventura, & Riverside County Sheriffs will not actively enforce the curfew order. The Los Angeles Sheriff will take a voluntary compliance/education first approach, will not make any arrests related to order. Several of the sheriffs are refusing to enforce the curfew, questioning the constitutionality of the edict.
Newsom recently lost a lawsuit that has imposed a permanent injunction prohibiting him from altering or creating new statutory laws under the California Emergency Services Act. The curfew is unlawful. Now he is losing the consent of the governed. Pro-freedom protesters gathered at his house after 10:00 on Saturday night – there are no reports of arrests or citations for ignoring 10 p.m. curfew.
San Diego County Sheriff Bill Gore is the only sheriff in the southern most part of the state who has said he would actively enforce Newsom’s curfew. Four full-time deputies will be deployed specifically for COVID violations. Gore’s team will work with a number of city police departments, including Oceanside, Carlsbad, City of San Diego, Chula Vista and Coronado, to make sure the orders are followed. The city police departments of Costa Mesa and Irvine will also take part in enforcement. -GEG
California Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) on Thursday announced a Wuhan coronavirus curfew for residents in the Golden State. Between 10 p.m. and 5 a.m. “nonessential work” and gatherings are prohibited in areas where the state is in the purple tier, which is 94 percent of the state.
The problem Newsom is now facing: sheriffs in Southern California refuse to enforce his curfew.
“We’ve now heard from every Sheriff in our SoCal viewing area. San Bernardino, Orange, Ventura, & Riverside Counties will not actively enforce the curfew order. LA Sheriff will take a voluntary compliance/education first approach, will not make any arrests related to order”
“We’ve heard from the Sheriffs, we are now starting to hear from from city police departments about the curfew. Ontario and Laguna Beach PDs say they will NOT actively enforce the order, seeking voluntary compliance. Costa Mesa and Irvine PDs WILL take part in enforcement.”
Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes questioned the constitutionality of Newsom’s order and made clear he wouldn’t send deputies out for calls on Newsom’s order.
“Let me be clear: this is a matter of personal responsibility and not a matter of law enforcement,” Barnes said in a statement. “Orange County Sheriff’s deputies will not be dispatched to, or respond to calls for service to enforce compliance with face coverings, social gatherings, or stay-at-home orders only. Deputies will respond to calls for potential criminal behavior and for the protection of life or property.”
Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco stated similar concerns.
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