12/02/16 – 3:55 P.M.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol is joining forces with other members of the 6-state Trooper Project to focus on OVI enforcement. The project started at midnight on Friday and will last until just before midnight on Sunday. During the time there will be extra patrols looking for anyone who isn’t driving sober. So far in 2016, troopers have made over 23,300 OVI arrests.
Colonel Paul Pride is the patrol superintendent. He said, “We want all motorists to get home safely, and we will enforce impaired driving laws to get dangerous drivers off the road.”Read More →