Alcohol Restrictions, Curfew Lifted In King
King Remains Under State Of Emergency Until Monday
KING, N.C. -- Authorities lifted a curfew and alcohol restrictions in King on Sunday, but said a state of emergency declaration remained in effect until Monday.
Authorities said the state of emergency declaration would continue until Monday 9 a.m., barring any unforeseen circumstances or severe changes.
Effective Sunday afternoon, alcohol restrictions and a curfew were lifted. All other remaining restrictions would continue until Monday, said Paula May, King police chief.
Other restrictions include a ban on the sale or purchase of any type of firearm, ammunition, explosive or any possession of such items off a person's own premises.
Also on Sunday, the emergency shelter established by the American red Cross at West Stokes High School was closed.
"We appreciate the support and cooperation of everyone with our efforts to keep the citizens of King safe," May said.
The state of emergency was declared Friday due to severe weather.