State police: Please don't confront those with out-of-state plates
Maine State Police are asking people to not confront those in cars with out-of-state license plates.
In a Facebook post, state police say they have received a number of complaints from people being confronted and harassed, accusing them of spreading COVID-19.
Many companies, including Central Maine Power, have instituted a "one employee, one vehicle policy" during the outbreak.
Because of these policies, many employees working essential jobs have been renting cars so they don't expose a company car or their personal vehicle.
Many of those rented cars have plates from other states.