Motorists who don’t want to ring in the New Year with a police siren should designate a sober driver for their holiday countdown parties.
Michigan State Police will be taking part in a national campaign to crack down on drunken and unbelted driving over the pre-Christmas weekend.
This Thanksgiving holiday weekend, Michigan State Police troopers will be patrolling roads as part of the nationwide Operation C.A.R.E. traffic safety initiative.
As law enforcement agencies ramp up efforts to crack down on drunk drivers, police are warning motorists not to let their summertime fun end with a DUI arrest.
If you’re not buckled up Monday morning – the chances are, you WILL get a ticket. The annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign kicks off today with extra patrols from over 200 different police departments across Michigan looking for drivers who aren’t buckled up.
It was the big kick off for metro Detroit’s annual holiday drunk driving crackdown. Detroit Deputy Police Chief James Tolbert says drunk driving is dangerous. “Last year there were nearly 300 people killed and more than […]