If an officer or employee of the United States or the state who is authorized to prevent or suppress fires requests a person to assist in the prevention or suppression of a fire and informs the person of the officer or employee's official status, and the person fails to assist the officer or employee in the performance of duties, the person is guilty of a misdemeanor.
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