2 cited in Westmoreland in accusation of violating stay-at-home order | TribLIVE.com

2569900_web1_GTR-MTPLEASANT3-033120State police cited two people for violating Gov. Tom Wolf’s stay-at-home order after troopers said they were found drinking at a friend’s Bell Township home, according to court papers.

Kara Lee Lawson, 27, of Bell and Scott James Renwick, 28, of Loyalhanna were cited for violating the Disease Control and Prevention Act of 1955. Troopers reported that the pair got into a fight April 11 while they were at the friend’s house. Both were cited for harassment.

Summonses were issued Monday. Neither Lawson nor Renwick could be reached.

Wolf issued stay-at-home orders to Allegheny and six other counties on March 23. Westmoreland residents were ordered to stay home four days later. The stay-at-home order was expanded to the entire state Wednesday and is in effect until April 30.

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