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ACSO: Holiday traffic enforcement with a twist

By Sheriff Josh Brockman
Adair County Sheriff's Office

Over the past week, patrols have been stepped up, with deputies focusing on aggressive driving, impaired driving, and seatbelt usage for the busy week before Independence Day.

The Adair County Sheriff's Office also teamed up with TJ Health Columbia as they sponsored a community project. Drivers that were stopped for seatbelt violations were asked to buckle up and be safe, and then were met with a 50 dollar gift card for gas instead of a citation.

We are thankful that Mr. Randy Burns with the T.J. Community Mission Foundation reached out to us to help with this project. With soaring gas prices the cards came in quite handy, and getting drivers to buckle up was even better. TJ Health sponsored $1,000 worth of gift cards.




This story was posted on 2022-07-08 15:32:38
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