The Dayton Daily News is reporting that the Ohio State Highway Patrol will be stepping up its enforcement efforts along U.S. 35 in Greene and Montgomery Counties beginning March 1st. The patrol said U.S. 35 is consistently a top crash route in Montgomery and Greene counties. Their increased presence is designed to reduce fatal and injury crashes, arrest impaired drivers, apprehend wanted felons and stop the transportation of drugs and weapons.
To see the full article on the Dayton Daily News site, please visit HERE.
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