Impaired drivers are a very real danger to themselves and to others who share the road. With this in mind, the Lee County Sheriff’s Office has launched a multi-faceted campaign of education, awareness and enforcement to battle this threat to public safety in our community. We have elected to publicize the names of those charged with the offense of Driving Under the Influence during the past week.
Nationwide: More than 2,240,275 Visitors to the DWI Hit Parade! NOTICE: This data base is a great FREE resource for credit managers, law enforcement and background investigations for private sector as well as government screenings of prospective employees. Those who are impaired are advised not to drive after ingesting drugs or alcohol as doing so and being arrested can cause serious negative experiences for obtaining employment…and could kill someone. If your name appears on this site and you believe you have proper cause to have it removed, provide such information to email@example.com to determine eligibility for removal. If you have killed someone and been convicted of being responsible for that death while operating impaired, don’t bother. The engravings of victims of impaired drivers are forever on grave markers.
Minnesota: law officers cleaned the highways of 2,537 DWI drivers during Christmas drinking, driving and dying season
COOPERATIVE ENFORCEMENT EFFORT IN CAPITAL BELTWAY REGION LEADS TO MORE THAN 350 DRUNK DRIVING ARRESTS
(COLLEGE PARK, MD) – A two-month combined traffic enforcement initiative by state and county police departments in the Capital Beltway region has resulted in more than 350 drunk/drugged driving arrests and more than 100 arrests for criminal violations.
North Carolina: Wilmington Police and New Hanover County Sheriff feature DWI arrests for Christmas Holidays