**Kingman Police Department attends Governor’s Office of Highway Safety DUI Statewide Holiday DUI Enforcement-KPD Enhanced DUI Patrols throughout December to New Year’s Day**

Published by The Bee News

November 30, 2022

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Traffic Officer, Eric Urquijo attended the annual Governor’s Office of Highway Safety Holiday DUI Enforcement Kick-Off press conference on Tuesday, November 29th. The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety and its partners across Arizona including statewide law enforcement agencies, state, county and city agencies and other safety organizations with the goal to help keep Arizona’s highways safe during the holidays.

The Kingman Police Department in coordination with the Western Arizona DUI Task Force will be looking for impaired drivers throughout the holiday season when incidences of impaired driving frequently occur.  Know Your Limit! Arizona penalties for impaired driving are severe and include mandatory jail time, thousands of dollars in fines and court fees, suspension of driving license or privilege to drive, vehicle impoundment and other expenses. The results of driving drunk are tragic and that’s why law enforcement is out there looking for impaired drivers. To save lives.  Don’t be a Grinch and steal holiday fun. Add a designated driver to every holiday party and festive celebration. Please plan for a sober ride.  If you’ve been drinking, call a sober friend, taxi, or rideshare to get you home safely.  If you Drive Hammered, You’ll Get Nailed!

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