04/03/2020- Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office, in partnership with Menominee County Prosecutor Jeffrey Rogg, issued cease and desist letters yesterday to three Menominee County businesses for failing to comply with Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order. The letters were sent to Auto Credit Center, Grow Masters Indoor & Outdoor Gardening Supplies and Holy Smokes Tobacco Shop. None of the businesses is considered critical infrastructure under the Stay Home, Stay Safe executive order and none should be maintaining on-site operations, but reports indicated they remained open. Upon receiving the letters, all three businesses agreed they would immediately comply with the executive order. Willful violations of the Stay Home, Stay Safe order can result in a $500 fine and/or 90 days in jail for each offense. Any suspected violations should be reported to local law enforcement.