(WXYZ) — Police throughout the state are urging people not to call 911 if you see someone not following the stay-at-home order issued Monday.
Shelby Township Police posted on Tuesday morning telling people that while it may be an emergency order, it isn't a 911 emergency.
"Let's clarify 'emergency' though, huh? PLEASE DON'T call 911 if you think someone is not following 'Stay at Home, Stay Safe' order," they posted.
Instead, you're asked to call the governor's office at 517-345-7599.
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