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Schools out and the weather is finally getting hot. With highs expected in the 80s for tomorrow and Wednesday, that often means kids sometimes stay outside later than they should. Local police are reminding everyone that we have curfew laws in Central Oregon. Redmond Police Chief Dave Tarbet says the curfew there is midnight. "With school being out, the kids can get restless, a little bored. We ask that parents be mindful and know what their kids are doing. We do have a curfew law; after midnight there really is no reason that a kid should be out bumming around the town. If they're under 18, so please have them stay home. Know where they're at know what they're doing; be involved in their lives so they're not getting in trouble being involved in things that are dangerous to them or to others." The City of Bend also has a curfew law.  Its also midnight during the summertime, and 10 pm on school nights. The exception to the rule is if the minor is traveling to or from a job.  Bend Police say when there's a violation, usually the kids are sent home to the parents, but those with chronic curfew problems may be cited.

 

 

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