A Michigan State Police patrol car is parked at Tiscornia Beach in St. Joseph on Aug. 30.

The Ottawa County Sheriff’s Office and Michigan State Police will crack down on speeding in a three-month enforcement campaign this winter, citing an increase in fatal crashes and speed-related fatal crashes last year.

The sheriff’s department said it would take a “zero-tolerance approach” to speeding drivers during the enforcement period, which began Wednesday and runs to Feb. 28.

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