The Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department is calling last month’s blitz on dangerous and impaired driving a success.
The department reports that 91 tickets were written and five arrests made in Bartholomew County during the 24-day enforcement effort.
Sheriff Matt Myers said dangerous and impaired driving leads to deaths. He said putting deputies out in full patrol is a key in getting rid of unsafe drivers.
March’s extra enforcement efforts were made possible by federal highway safety funding distributed by The Indiana Criminal Justice Institute to more than 250 participating Indiana law enforcement agencies.