CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. – The impaired driving saturation patrols that the Clarksville Police Department conducted from September 21st-22nd, partially funded by the Governor’s Highway Safety Office, resulted in over 100 charges.
The following are the results of the patrols from the Clarksville Police Department:
Seat Belt: 1
Revoked/Suspended License: 4
Improper Turns: 1
Equipment/Light Law: 16
Other Driver License Violations: 2
Following Too Closely: 1
Move Over Law: 3
Traffic Signal: 7
Other Violations: 4
Simple Possession: 2
Implied Consent: 1
Disorderly Conduct: 1
There were 99 vehicles stopped during the patrols with a total of 109 charges.
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