Kingman Police Conducting DUI Enforcement for Sunday’s Big Game 

Published by The Bee News

February 10, 2022

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This year, the Big Game falls on February 13, 2022. If your night involves alcohol outside your home, plan for a sober ride home. If you’re hosting a party, take care of your guests. Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. The Kingman Police Department, in conjunction with the Western AZ DUI Task Force, will be providing extra patrol looking for impaired drivers for Sunday’s Big Game. Arizona has severe penalties for impaired drivers which is recognized as a violent crime.

Anyone arrested for DUI drugs or DUI alcohol will go to jail and their vehicle will be impounded. The average cost of a DUI offense is close to $10,000 (fines, court fees, vehicle impound, insurance rates, etc…) The Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety provided the Kingman Police Department with grant funding for overtime to have additional officers assigned for enforcement and detection during times where the likelihood of impaired drivers is increased, usually around holidays.

Don’t get sidelined by a DUI. Stay in the game – if you know you’ll be drinking, plan for a safe ride home before you leave the house. If you suspect an impaired driver please contact law enforcement.

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