Logan County, Ohio and Union County, Ohio Thanksgiving DUI Initiative

Thanksgiving To Bring Increased Patrols Along U.S. 33

The Marysville Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol has announced a law enforcement initiative that will have more troopers patrolling along the U.S. 33 corridor.  Beginning Wednesday and running through Sunday, Troopers and other law enforcement will perform traffic stops along U.S. 33 with the goal of reducing crashes, deterring criminal activity and increasing use of seat belts throughout the corridor.  Troopers will focus on apprehending impaired drivers, detecting criminal activity, seat belt compliance, distracted drivers and commercial vehicle violations.  According to the Post, increased vigilance is necessary due to increased drug trafficking and criminal activity on U.S. 33 along with high incidences of crashes caused by motorists operating from the Indian Lake Region to the Ohio and West Virginia border.  If you routinely use this stretch of road be prepared for the increase in enforcement.

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Original article Springfield New Sun HERE.

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