WCSO to Increase Patrol on Land and Water through Labor Day Weekend

WCSO to Increase Patrol on Land and Water through Labor Day Weekend

 The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office will conduct saturation patrols in addition to increased coverage on Old Hickory Lake this holiday weekend. Deputies and the Boat Patrol will concentrate enforcement efforts on impaired drivers to try to prevent a tragedy from occurring over the Labor Day holiday. These overtime patrols are funded through a grant from the Tennessee Highway Safety Office.

The Labor Day holiday officially begins Friday and runs through Monday. 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.

“I cannot stress enough that we want you to enjoy time with your friends and families during this special summer holiday, but please don’t drink and drive,” Sheriff Robert Bryan said. “When you are impaired from alcohol, some prescription medications or illegal drugs, you may not realize you cannot safely drive a car or boat. Plan ahead. Have a designated driver in case you need one to get home safely. Let’s do our part to keep everyone safe out there this weekend. Thank you!”

 

 

 

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