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Sept. 8, 2017HARRISON Co., Mo. | By: Vinzant
Missouri State Highway Patrol Captain James E. McDonald announced the results of a DWI saturation conducted from 7 p.m., Sept. 2 to 3 a.m., Sept. 3 in Harrison County. During this time, six officers patrolled the county with a goal of detecting impaired drivers and other violations.
During the saturation two arrests were made for driving while intoxicated; three arrests for minor-in-possession; and two misdemeanor drug arrests. In addition, there were 17 traffic citations and 58 warnings given.
"Impaired driving poses a significant threat to motorists on Missouri's roadways," said Captain McDonald. "One of the Missouri State Highway patrol's highest priorities is removing the impaired driver from our roadways," he added. McDonald urged people with drinking plans to always choose a designated sober driver.