On Friday and Saturday, the North Dakota Highway Patrol, along with the Jamestown Police Department and Stutsman County Sheriff’s Department, will be conducting an alcohol saturation in Stutsman County to deter and detect impaired drivers on the federal, state, county and local roadways in Stutsman County.
Jamestown received enough measurable rain during 12 days in June to bring total rainfall for the month to 5.31 inches — 2.7 inches above normal, according to the National Weather Service. The persistent rain is keeping the soil saturated and increasing the amount of runoff into prairie potholes and streams.
The Southeast Jamestown Regional DUI Task Force participated in the new Regional DUI Task Force program in North Dakota. During the Oct. 1-2 saturation patrol effort there were five driving under the influence arrests. In addition, 40 other citations and arrests were made, including open container, speed, seat belts, child restraints, driving under suspension and other alcohol-related citations. There were no impaired driving fatalities during the enforcement period.
October 08, 2010
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