South Brunswick Police report a 5 percent drop in accidents during the holiday season.
A holiday drunk driving crackdown in South Brunswick led to five arrests, 180 summonses issued and a 5 percent reduction in accidents, according to police. The department increased patrols during the holiday season as part of a grant from the New Jersey Division of Highway Traffic Safety's "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign from Dec. 15, 2012 to Jan. 2, 2013. Police charged five people with drunk driving during the holiday season campaign. “Our goal with these details was to ensure a safe holiday season," said Chief Raymond Hayducka. "In addition to the drunk driving arrests, there was a 5 percent reduction in accidents this holiday season. Our commitment to creating safer roads is a never-ending task.” On Dec. 15, 2012 at 12:57 a.…
Sobriety check points will be set up throughout the holidays.
- POLICE & FIRE
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced Friday, Dec. 23, that police have begun setting up sobriety checkpoints to ensure motorists drive safely and soberly through the holidays. ‘’Drive sober or get pulled over’’ is the message police throughout Middlesex County will be delivering to motorists who may be stopped at checkpoints that could be set up at any location at any time during the holidays. "The Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office has been successfully operating sobriety checkpoints in the county since 1985 as part of a continuing effort to educate motorists and to ensure the safety of the public,’’ Prosecutor Kaplan said. ‘’Law enforcement in Middlesex County has been actively pursuing intoxicated drivers,’’ …