As part of the distracted driving enforcement patrols, the Puyallup Police Department will receive $1,450 in grant money, as the patrols are done on an overtime basis. “We’re looking for people who are distracted,” said Sgt. Bob Thompson with the Puyallup Police Department. “Talking or texting takes their mind off the task of driving. It’s another way for us to get the word out about education and enforcement.”
As part of the distracted driving enforcement patrols, the Puyallup Police Department will receive $1,450 in grant money, as the patrols are done on an overtime basis. “We’re looking for people who are distracted,” said Sgt. Bob Thompson with the Puyallup Police Department. “Talking or texting takes their mind off the task of driving. It’s another way for us to get the word out about education and enforcement.” LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015
As part of the distracted driving enforcement patrols, the Puyallup Police Department will receive $1,450 in grant money, as the patrols are done on an overtime basis. “We’re looking for people who are distracted,” said Sgt. Bob Thompson with the Puyallup Police Department. “Talking or texting takes their mind off the task of driving. It’s another way for us to get the word out about education and enforcement.” LEE GILES III Staff file, 2015

Puyallup Police Department conducts distracted driving patrols

April 05, 2016 4:36 PM

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