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DUI task force to hit the streets in Contra Costa County

Original post made on Aug 25, 2009

In an effort to curb the number of deaths that occur annually as a result of impaired driving, members of 25 law enforcement agencies are banding together for a full-on mobilization to crack down on drinking and driving.

Read the full story here Web Link posted Sunday, August 23, 2009, 7:35 PM

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Posted by CaneCaneCane
a resident of Walnut Creek
on Aug 25, 2009 at 7:48 pm

Besides being arrested, people guilt of DUI should be caned. I'll bet if we caned people for DUI, the problem would be reduced to near ZERO.


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Posted by Barbara
a resident of Danville
on Aug 27, 2009 at 5:01 pm

I think the DUI task force is an excellent idea and wonder if they will also enforce the traffic violators that speed, run redlights/stopsigns, tailgate, illegally make turns and don't yield to pedistrians in crosswalks.

A death is a death - some people don't need to drink to take a life. So where is the police - highway patrol, don't they have quota's, are there not enough, has the budget been cut!

Tired of the speeding in the residential neighborhoods of Mayberry!


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