Clarksdale police remind parents of city’s teen curfew

By SPECIAL TO THE PRESS REGISTER,

It’s summertime and kids can stay up late, but they can’t stay out late.

The Clarksdale Police Department reminds parents they are making an extra effort this summer to keep city streets and neighborhoods free and safe from all crime and vandalism.

And that means they can and do enforce city curfew ordinances.

 
 
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