Police step-up drunken driving patrols

Law enforcement officials in Michigan are stepping up patrols aimed at stopping drunken drivers over the next two weeks.
AP Wire
Jul 2, 2014

Events at Comerica Park in Detroit and Cooley Law School Stadium in Lansing on Tuesday kicked off the Fourth of July period crackdown.

Police officers, sheriff's deputies and state troopers are working on the federally funded patrols.

The crackdown will involve nearly 150 agencies in 26 counties, including Ottawa and Muskegon.

During last year's Fourth of July crackdown, the state said 115 motorists were arrested for drunken driving as a result of extra patrols.

Comments

Barry Soetoro

Did they give up on tractor trailers with Texas plates? I saw one today and am debating whether or not to call Homeland Security. I just knew it was up to no good.

Say no to new taxes

Set-up a sobriety check on any main road coming out of "Beer City" at 3 am weekends.
You'd need a fleet of school buses to haul the drivers that wouldn't pass.

Interestedreader

Book em Dan "O"

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