Cherry Valley Police release results of Thanksgiving enforcement - – Rockford’s News Leader

Cherry Valley Police release results of Thanksgiving enforcement


A total of 132 citations were issued by Cherry Valley Police during the Illinois Department of Transportation's "Drive to Survive" Thanksgiving Traffic Safety Campaign.

The Cherry Valley Police Department focused on traffic violations that could lead to injury causing accidents between November 12 and November 25. The following citations were issued:

  • 4 DUIs
  • 1 Reckless Driver
  • 20 Uninsured Motorists
  • 5 No Valid Drivers License
  • 9 Suspended/Revoked Drivers
  • 15 Driver/Passenger Seatbelt Violations
  • 6 Child Passenger Protection
  • 63 Speeding
  • 5 Traffic Signal Violations
  • 4 Failed to Reduce Speed to Avoid an Accident
  • 132 Total Citations


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