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Police Cracking Down on Drunk Driving

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Law enforcement agencies all across Michigan are cracking down on drunk drivers.

Between 26 counties, more than 13,000 hours of extra patrols to arrest drunk drivers will take place through April 8th.

The Traverse City Police Department and Grand Traverse County Sheriff's Department are both involved in the extra efforts - making sure our streets are safe, and people are being responsible.

Police urge those who are drinking to make sure they have a designated driver - and don't get behind the wheel.

 

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