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Campaign underway to reward those who buckle up, punish those who don’t

By Kate Darnell

The Cynthiana Police Department is looking for seat belts... and issuing tickets when they don’t find one.

“It’s a seat belt blitz to educate the public and get the percent of people not wearing a seat belt to wear them,” said Cynthiana Police Chief Ray Johnson.

Through a $1,500 state grant, police officers have begun a two-week period dedicated to enforcing seat belt usage.

“Anyone we see without a seat belt, we will pull over and cite,” Johnson said.


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