Curfews imposed across ENC due to protests over George Floyd’s death


GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) Several curfews have been imposed across eastern North Carolina due to protests over George Floyd’s death.


Greenville Mayor P.J. Connelly has enacted an 8:00 p.m. curfew for the city on Tuesday.

The curfew applies to the entire city limits until 6:00 a.m. on Wednesday.  

The curfew requires individuals to remain at home with only a few exceptions.

Exceptions of the curfew include: Any police or public safety officer or other government engaged in official business.

Any member, volunteer, or employee of an organization providing disaster relief services.

Any person in transit from a place where he or she was temporarily engaged and could not have planned his or her departure to avoid the curfew.

Any medical service provider engaged in delivering medical services.

Members of the news media engaged in duties essential to providing public information.

All of those who are exempt under the curfew restrictions must carry proper identification.

A violation of the curfew is a misdemeanor.  

Anyone with questions about the curfew can call the City’s Citizen Information Hotline at (252) 329-4164.


The City of Wilson has issued a curfew starting Tuesday at 8 p.m. until Wednesday at 6 a.m.


Mayor Moore has declared a State of Emergency effective immediately for the Town of Farmville.

A curfew has been established from 9 pm Tuesday through 5 am Wednesday in Farmville.

All persons are to remain at their residences between these times.

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