Only one drunk driving arrest New Year’s Eve in Jackson County, MS records show.
With increased police presence on holidays and multiple ad campaigns warning motorists of the risks of impaired driving, maybe folks are finally getting down to get the message.
Only one driver was arrested for a suspected DUI on New Year’s Eve in Jackson County, Mississippi, consistent with the Jackson County Jail log.
The driver, a 23-year-old Blackman township man, was i was arrested and booked into the jail at 3:32 a.m., Jan. 1, by the Jackson local police department, records show.
Law enforcement throughout Jackson County told MLive/The Jackson Citizen Patriot it was a relatively quiet night.
Police throughout the state are cracking down on impaired driving following the national Law enforcement campaign “Drive Sober or Get pulled Over.”
The campaign emphasizes the dangers of impaired driving while aiming to drastically reduce crashes, fatalities and injuries on the roadways.