FREMONT – In response to citizen’s concerns about illegal property removal, trespassing and looting from flooded homes and businesses in southwestern Fremont, the Fremont Police Department issued a message establishing a curfew for the flood affected portion of the city.
The full statement is as follows:
As of Sunday, March 17th at 5:30PM, the City of Fremont is issuing a curfew at the Mayor’s direction for certain flood affected areas of the city. The curfew begins tonight, 10PM to 4AM and will be nightly until further notice. The curfew encompasses the areas south of the Union Pacific Railroad tracks and west of South Platte Ave that lay within the city limits.
This curfew is in effect until further notice. This is being done to prevent concerns about looting. Thank you.
Police will be in the area to enforce this curfew.