published Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Operation Zero Tolerance starts Friday in Dalton

Starting Friday, the Dalton Police Department will be taking part in Operation Zero Tolerance, which runs through Labor Day on Monday, Sept. 5.

The operation is a nationwide program in which law enforcement agencies look for those driving under the influence of alcohol and drugs and to raise public awareness of the consequences of driving while impaired, according to a news release.

Concentrated patrols and random road checks will be conducted throughout Dalton at strategic locations, the release said.

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Wilder said...

@ Richard

The Hispanics are all riding in taxis. Dalton has more taxis on the streets than New York City....

August 16, 2011 at 3:11 p.m.
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