The Brown County Sheriff’s Office said they’ve had two people impersonating an officer trying to enforce the order, in a way they would not.
The first one happened Tuesday morning. A man pulled over a woman on her way to work and told her she needed to go back home.
“He explained she needed to return home or face a $250 fine,” said Captain Jody Lemmens with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office.
Wednesday afternoon, another man walked up to someone in a parking lot demanding to see their certification papers.
This is not how deputies will be enforcing the Governor’s order. Lemmens said these situations have only added additional fear.
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