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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