Police in some rural communities say they won’t enforce Ducey’s curfew

A woman makes a peace sign before a line of police preparing to advance upon demonstrators after a rally by President Donald Trump at the Phoenix Convention Center on Aug. 22, 2017. Phoenix police ended the demonstration by firing tear gas into the crowd. /Photo by David McNew /Getty Images

By Jeremy Duda | Arizona Mirror

The curfew that Gov. Doug Ducey imposed in response to looting in Scottsdale on Saturday night won’t be quite as statewide as he intended, with at least two rural police departments announcing that they won’t enforce it.

The Holbrook and Williams police departments wrote on their Facebook pages that they see no need for the curfew and won’t enforce it. The chief of the Snowflake-Taylor Police Department did the same.

Ducey’s office didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. 

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