Posted on Tuesday, April 12th, 2011 at 2:43 pm
Last month, the Riverside Police reported making an effort to increase enforcement of traffic laws in the city. Officers focused on four of the city’s most problematic areas and issued 22 traffic citations in the first week of the crackdown.
Police said that they decided to step up enforcement after requests from several of the city’s residents. The four areas that law enforcement officers focused their efforts on were Harlem Avenue, Riverside Brookfield High School, the 100 block of Barrypoint Road, and the 300 block of Longcommon Road.
Most of the traffic citations were given for speeding, running through stop signs, and using cell phones in school zones. One citation for driving without a license resulted in arrest.
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