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Oro Valley police continue high visibility enforcement

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Posted: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 11:21 am

During Monday’s deployment of the Oro Valley Police Department and its HiVE program along Oracle Road at the intersections of Magee and Suffolk, it resulted in the following activity:

55 Traffic stops

39 Drivers stopped for moving violations (i.e. running red light, speeding, failure to yield).

0 Drivers received citations for moving violations.

43 Drivers received written warnings.

16 Drivers stopped for equipment and/or registration violations. 

7 rivers received combination of citation and warning for non-moving violations.

0 Collisions

OVPD will continue HiVE efforts until the end of the year.  

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