Naperville Police Arrest Three for Impaired Driving during Thanksgiving Enforcement Campaign

Click It Or Ticket LogoThe Naperville Police Department conducted additional traffic enforcement November 16–26, reminding motorists to buckle up and not drive impaired, day or night, as part of the nationwide Click It or Ticket and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement effort. The Naperville Police joined other state and local law enforcement agencies across Illinois to reduce highway deaths by issuing citations to unbuckled motorists and arresting impaired drivers.

During the 10-day mobilization, Naperville Police arrested three motorists for driving impaired, made two drug arrests and issued the following:

  • 38 seat belt citations
  • 28 speeding citations
  • 6 uninsured motorist citations
  • 3 suspended/revoked license citations

The annual campaign may be over in Naperville, but that isn’t an excuse to stop buckling up. Not wearing your seat belt is a primary offense, meaning law enforcement can stop you and issue a citation for that alone. All vehicle occupants, regardless of seating position, are required to wear a properly adjusted seat belt.

“Our officers are out year-round. If you or your passengers are caught not wearing a seat belt, you will be cited for the violation,” said Naperville Police Sgt. Derek Zook. “If you drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs, you will be arrested.”

The Click It or Ticket and Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement effort is funded with federal highway safety funds administered by the Illinois Department of Transportation.

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