Eighty-one seat belt citations were issued during the Click It or Ticket campaign May 18-31 in Cynthiana.
According to Sgt. Wilbur Gross, the state’s mini grant allowed for about 34 hours of overtime for the Cynthiana Police Department to concentrate on seat belt violations.
During this period, officers also issued citations and warnings for two child safety restraints, four suspended licenses, five no insurance, three speeding and 15 other violations that included infractions such as no registration and improper take off.
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