Multi-agency speed enforcement detail in Prescott nets 100 citations

Courier file photo

Courier file photo

On Wednesday, Nov. 23, officers from the Arizona Department of Public Safety, Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department, Prescott Valley Police Department, Chino Valley Police Department, and the Prescott Police Department conducted a speed enforcement detail from 7 to 11 a.m. that focused on Willow Creek Road, Pioneer Parkway, Williamson Valley Road and Highway 89.

Officers from the above agencies stopped 93 vehicles which lead to 66 citations for speeding, 30 citations for other violations, four criminal citations for excessive speed and aggressive driving, and 34 warnings.

Two drivers were arrested for local warrants, police said.

This detail was made possible through grant funding from the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety. The police agencies in the quad city area will continue traffic enforcement details throughout the coming months to slow traffic down and reduce serious traffic crashes.

Highway safety is the responsibility of every driver. If you observe erratic driving behavior, contact law enforcement immediately.

—The Daily Courier

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