[Ed. – What’s next? Ticketing drivers who fail to turn their headlights on three hours before sunset?]
A video surfaced yesterday showing Wiscosin police officers visiting the home of a parent who allowed her child to play at their friends house during stay-at-home orders.
The video starts as the mom answers the door and is greeted by two police officers, one male and one female.
The male officer says, “Hi, Amy. … Are you aware that we are in a stay-at-home order, right now?”
Amy replied, “Uh, yeah, obviously. … Yes. I am aware.”
From the tone of both the officers and the mom, it is clear the police had some sort of interaction with her recently about the matter.
After this back and forth, there was some bickering between the female officer and Amy concerning whether Amy was required to give her middle initial and last name.
The interaction ended with the female officer informing Amy that it would be documented that she understood why they were there and that she was being uncooperative.