Campaign vs violators of road, traffic laws continues PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 11 August 2011 17:03

The City Police Office’s Traffic Section yesterday disclosed that its campaign against road and traffic laws is still ongoing and has so far netted 213 erring drivers who were caught violating City Ordinance 248 and Republic Act 4136.

Records showed that the 213 drivers were caught violating traffic laws in the different city’s streets from August 1 to 8.
A new accomplishment report showing the latest results  was submitted to Mayor Celso Lobregat by City Police Director Sr. Supt. Edwin De Ocampo.

The report showed that a total of 21 vehicles were apprehended for violation of  the “loading of passengers in prohibited zones”.
Four motorcycles were held at police checkpoints for having modified and noisy mufflers. Twelve vehicles were stopped by the police for not using headlights at night time.

A total of 171 motorcycle drivers were apprehended for not wearing crash helmets.
For improper display of plate,  two violators were held and three for violating the “no plate, no travel policy.”
Meanwhile, 14 vehicles were impounded and their drivers were issued TOP and citation tickets while 21 other vehicles are still at the impounding area. Their  drivers were not yet issued TOP and citation tickets. — Dan Toribio Jr.