Fremont Police Part of Crackdown on Bad Drivers

129 tickets, two vehicles towed, four hour enforcement.

Bea Karnes
August 24, 2016

NEWARK, CA — Fremont Police officers were part of a special team that cracked down on bad drivers in Newark Wednesday.

Newark residents have been complaining to the police department about speeders and drivers who think that stop signs are meant for someone else. A High Impact Traffic Team (HITT) was gathered to conduct traffic enforcement in Newark.

Traffic units from Newark, Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, CHP, Fremont Police and San Leandro Police participated. They concentrated in the area of Lake Boulevard and Edgewater Drive, Spruce Street and Jarvis Avenue, and along Cherry Street.

The officers issued a total of 129 citations while towing away two vehicles. Most of the tickets were for unsafe speed and stop sign violations.

The enforcement lasted four hours.


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