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Maryland State Police Reminding Motorists Not To Drive Impaired This Super Bowl Weekend

While the Baltimore Ravens may have come up short in their pursuit of a championship, the Maryland State Police know that there will still be plenty of people hosting and attending Super Bowl parties this Sunday. Troopers are reminding motorists to enjoy the game, and avoid aggressive, distracted or impaired driving, when going to or leaving their destination. State troopers from all 23 Maryland State Police barracks, including the State Police Impaired Driving Reduction Effort (SPIDRE) team, will focus on aggressive, distracted or impaired driving while conducting saturation patrols on roads with high DUI incidents. Enforcement efforts are bolstered by funds from the Maryland Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Administration’s Highway Safety Office. The initiative includes partnering with allied law enforcement agencies and other state agencies to both enforce the law and offer outreach and education to the community. Among the planned initiatives from the Maryland State Police: Eastern Region: Troopers from the Maryland State Police Berlin, Centreville, Easton, Princess Anne, and Salisbury barracks will conduct high visibility enforcement along U.S. Routes 301, 50, 13, Maryland Route 413, and throughout their respective counties. Central Region: Troopers from the Maryland State Police College Park, Forestville, Golden Ring, Rockville, Waterloo, and Westminster barracks will […]

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