Fergus Police start Safe and Sober shifts [UPDATED]Published 9:41am Tuesday, April 9, 2013 Updated 11:44am Tuesday, April 9, 2013
April kicks off the Safe and Sober campaign for the summer for the Fergus Falls Police Department.
Police officers throughout the state will work overtime shifts to focus on seatbelt enforcement and distracted driving for drivers who are not concentrating on the road, according to a news release.
Five seatbelt citations and one speeding citation, along with numerous warnings, were issues during a four-hour shift by Fergus Falls police Monday night, according to police.
Throughout the year, extra officers will be out concentrating on different areas of enforcement to make the roads safer.