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December 4, 2013

Impaired Driving statistics released

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The Tennessee Highway Patrol, Clarksville Police Department, and Montgomery County S.O.  conducted impaired driving saturation patrols November 29/30 partially funded by the Governor’s Highway Safety Office. The Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission was involved in the DUI Blitz Operation in Montgomery County. The results from the State A.B.C. will follow the results of the Checkpoints/Saturation Patrol.

The results from the Checkpoints/Saturation patrols are:

  • 7- DUI’s
  • 48- Speeding Violations
  • 3- Drag Racing
  • 1- Reckless Driving
  • 3- Open Container Law
  • 5- Disregard Traffic Signal/Sign
  • 3- Improper Turn Violations
  • 3- Child Restraint Law
  • 12- Seatbelt Law
  • 37- Insurance Law
  • 38- Window Tint Law
  • 16- Registration Law
  • 10- Light Law Violations
  • 9- Rev./Susp. Driver Licenses
  • 14- Other Driver License Violations
  • 1- Felony Drug Possession
  • 8- Simple Possession Drugs
  • 49- Other Misc. Violations

267- Total Violations

The results from the State A.B.C. Operation are:

  • 5- Routine Inspections
  • 330- I.D. Checks
  • 6- Firearms Checks
  • 4- Citations issued
  • 1- Over Serving Violation issued
  • 15- Pornography Violations issued
  • 1- Server Permit Violation issued
  • 1- Unlicensed Premise Violation issued

 

 



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