Two-week campaign stresses seat belt usage

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By Becky Barnes

If you’re not going to “click it,” be prepared to get an autographed piece of paper from a member of the Cynthiana Police Department.

The Click It or Ticket seat belt awareness campaign got underway Monday and will continue through Sunday, June 6.

According to Sgt. Wilbur Gross, coordinator for Cynthiana’s campaign, 12 citations were written on Monday for traffic violations, six of which were failure to wear seat belts. The traffic stops also yielded citations for speeding, failure to produce insurance card and no operator’s license.

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