Chief Lamb Issues Reminders For FDL Residents

It’s been approximately two weeks since the “Safer At Home” order was issued by Governor Tony Evers. In a press release issued by City of FDL Police Chief Bill Lamb, he says that, while most residents have been following the order, his department is still receiving a reports or people not abiding by the rules in place. 

In particular, Chief Lamb said they are seeing too many groups of young adults and teenagers congregating. Chief Lamb reminds everyone that getting out and walking, biking or fishing are just some of the activities that can be done, provided they follow the social distancing and “Safer At Home” guidelines. 

With Easter weekend upon us, Chief Lamb reminds everyone to pay attention to the rules and recommendations in place. And the Police Chief also said that, while they attempt to initiate an “education first” approach to residents who are not following the rules, they also are seeing repeat offenders, and they will be charged. Fines start as low as $90 for teenagers, and can go as high as $313 for first time Adult offenders.