CADIZ – Deputy Robert Toker has released the stats from the November traffic enforcement activities. During the month of November the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office conducted two separate enforcement activities.

The November Saturation Patrol, non-blitz and the Thanksgiving Blitz, resulted in the following activity. A total of 75 hours of overtime enforcement was conducted. During the 75 hours a total of 78 traffic stops were reported resulting in 21 speeding citations, one safety belt citation, one expired operator’s license, 1one expired registration violation and a total of 42 warnings given.

During these enforcement periods Deputies logged a total of 1,284 miles of extra patrol on Harrison County’s roadways. Funding for the overtime is provided via the High Visibility Enforcement Overtime grant awarded through the Ohio Traffic Safety Office. This grant does not require matching funds from the county and it also provides funding to cover fuel expenses as well as the county’s share of fringe benefit costs.