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More Police Patrols During Labor Day Weekend
Thursday Aug 28, 2014 6:18am

By: Jim Measel

(UNDATED) - Indiana State Police say they along with many other police agencies across the state will have additional patrols on the road during the Labor Day holiday weekend as part of the nationwide Operation Pull Over safe driving campaign.

Motorists may expect to see Sobriety Checkpoints as well as extra patrols in high traffic areas.

Troopers will be looking for aggressive drivers that are speeding, following too close and making unsafe lane changes as well as violations of Indiana’s seat belt law.


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