Pokemon Go is bringing thousands of people out of their houses and into the streets, all around the world. Part of the game involves stations called PokeStops where players can get rewards by visiting the stop in person. The problem is, some of these stops are on private property.

The Orange County Sheriff’s office has released a statement that explains how you can register your business or residence so that it blocks a Pokemon from being placed within your property lines, and some other helpful hints like:

1. Utilizing effective motion lighting around your home or business.
2. Ensure fencing is operable, clearly marked, to define territorial reinforcement.
3. Call 911 or (407) 836-4357 with regards to suspicious activity or actual
crimes in progress.

Click HERE to register your property as a no Pokemon zone.

Brendan O'Connor

Editor in Chief of Bungalower.com

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  1. they’re going to start taking sponsored Pokestops soon. McDonald’s just did a bunch in Japan