The Harrison County Sheriff’s Office is announcing their annual Prom Blitz traffic enforcement activity. Sgt. Robert Toker reports the Sheriff’s Office will have extra Deputies on patrol during the weekend of April 10 through April 12. There will be an emphasis on impaired driving as well as safety belt and aggressive driving violations.
A total of 35 hours of additional patrols will be scheduled to coincide with the Harrison Central High School Prom to ensure the safety of students and residents traveling Harrison County’s roadways. Funding for the overtime is provided through the Impaired Driving Enforcement Program as part of the Ohio Traffic Safety Office. The Sheriff’s Office would like to wish all students a safe and happy prom season and as always, “Don’t Text and Drive.”