JEROME, Ariz. — Police in a outdated Arizona mining city that will get 1 million vacationers yearly are warning residents to cease yelling at guests or they might face harassment expenses.
Jerome, inhabitants about 450, was as soon as residence to one in every of Arizona’s largest copper mines and is now an hub for artists. Vacationers absorb its scenic views and go to shops and bars alongside the winding mountain street that passes by it.
However Jerome police stated on Fb this week that it “has come to our consideration that some individuals visiting our city on quick visits and utilizing lawful quick time period parking passes are being yelled at or having notes left on their vehicles by native residents.”
And it warned: “Yelling at, or leaving notes may, in some instances, represent harassment underneath Arizona Revised Statutes.”
Jerome is about 110 miles north of Phoenix and was designated a Nationwide Historic District in 1967.
Residents who assume individuals might have violated parking rules have been requested to contact police.