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46 people charged with potentially violating Gov. Hogan's executive order since March 24

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Posted at 2:37 PM, Apr 21, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-21 14:42:30-04

MARYLAND — Police in Maryland are continuing enforcing Governor Larry Hogan's executive order.

Since March 24, MD State Police said their numbers indicate that as of Monday, police in Maryland have responded to 2,056 calls for service, conducted more than 25,758 compliance checks, and charged 46 people related to potential violations of Hogan's executive order.