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41 seat belt citations written during Grand Forks County enforcement campaign

More than 40 people received citations for violating North Dakota's seat belt laws during an Grand Forks County Sheriff's Office enforcement blitz in May and June. The Sheriff's Office wrote 111 citations, including 41 for people not wearing seat...

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More than 40 people received citations for violating North Dakota's seat belt laws during an Grand Forks County Sheriff's Office enforcement blitz in May and June.

The Sheriff's Office wrote 111 citations, including 41 for people not wearing seat belts, during the enforcement campaign.

Sheriff's officials also wrote three citations for suspended or revoked license, 26 for speeding, three for uninsured motorists, one for car care required, three for minor in possession, three for open container, three for other non-traffic violations and 28 for all other traffic violations.

In addition, 33 warnings were given.

Grants awarded by the North Dakota Department of Transportation from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration help cover costs associated with the enforcement campaign.

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