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Falls City Click it or Ticket Results
06/18/2017

(KLZA)--Falls City Police Officers issued 82 citations and 40 warnings during the statewide “Click It or Ticket” enforcement from May 22 and June 4.

A release from Police Chief Duane Armbruster noted overtime hours worked by officers during the effort, was paid for by the Nebraska Department of Roads Highway Safety Office.

Officers conducted enforcement throughout the city putting special emphasis on drivers not wearing seatbelts. The enforcement is designed to help reduce injuries from accidents through voluntary compliance with traffic laws.

During the period, 19 citations were issued for seatbelt violations along with 51 citations for speeding.

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