WCSO to Conduct Saturation Patrols on Lookout for Impaired Drivers through Holiday

WCSO to Conduct Saturation Patrols on Lookout for Impaired Drivers through Holiday

The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office will conduct saturation patrols throughout the county this weekend. This is one of many additional patrols planned over the next several months. Deputies will concentrate enforcement efforts on impaired drivers to reduce traffic crashes. These overtime patrols are funded through a grant from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office.

The Memorial Day Holiday officially begins Friday and runs through Monday at midnight. Sheriff’s patrols will be on the lookout for drivers that violate any traffic laws including impaired driving, distracted driving, speeding or not wearing a seat belt.

“As always, we remind you to think before you drink and get behind the wheel,” Sheriff Robert Bryan said. “Don’t let a bad decision lead to a lifetime of regret and/or tragedy. Please drive safely.”

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