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June 16, 2014

Saturation Patrol stops 223 cars, cite 176

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The Clarksville Police Department conducted impaired driving saturation patrols on June 13-14, which was partially funded by the Governor’s Highway Safety Office. The following are the totals:

June 13-14

Number of vehicles stopped – 223

Number of Individuals Charged – 176

CHARGES

  • Driving Under the Influence – 5
  • Driving on Revoked/Suspended D.L. – 9
  • Speeding – 76
  • Proof of Financial Responsibility – 36
  • Improper Turns – 11
  • Failure to Obey Traffic Signal – 20
  • Equipment Law Violations – 42
  • Other D.L. / Registration Violations – 23
  • Window Tint Violations –  8
  • Simple Possession – 2
  • U.D.P. -  1
  • IC – 2
  • Due Care – 1
  • Move over law – 5
  • Warrant – 5
  • Criminal Impersonation – 1
  • Tampering with Evidence – 1

Total Charges – 248



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