In the present case, there is no dispute that the Selectmen and their agents acted under color of state law concerning motorist’s deprivations. See Monroe v. Pape. In order to establish a substantive due process claim, someone must also show that the deprivation of a protected right was caused by government conduct. See, Rivera v. Rhode Island. Here, “[t]his is easily met when the government actor causes the injury, such as when police officers act under color of law.” Id.