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Police arrest 7, issue 313 citations on St. Patrick's Day

By Star-Advertiser staff

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Honolulu Police issued 313 citations and arrested seven people during stepped-up traffic enforcement on St. Patrick's Day.

Police said the Traffic Division conducted a Project R.A.C.E. (Reduce Accidents and Collisions Everywhere) operation Monday night, increasing traffic and impaired driving enforcement island-wide using roadblocks and roving patrols.

Six of the arrests were for driving under the influence. The other arrest was for driving without a license.

Of the citations, 7 were for excessive speed, 187 for speeding, 31 for hazardous driving, 13 for driving without a license, 11 insurance violations, 4 for using a mobile electronic device while driving, 1 seat belt violation, 1 open container and 57 miscellaneous violations.







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Masami wrote:
"4 for using a mobile electronic device while driving" I see more than 4 violations for "using a mobile electronic device while driving" EVERY DAY.
on March 21,2014 | 08:19AM
GONEGOLFIN wrote:
You can stand on any street corner and see 4 people using an electron devise while you're waiting for the light to turn green.
on March 21,2014 | 08:25AM
bruddahcy wrote:
your right, i see people on their cells driving everyday. cops could make a killing on just those citations alone.
on March 21,2014 | 11:19AM
kahu808 wrote:
If you're primarily looking for drunk drivers, electronic device enforcement is secondary no?
on March 21,2014 | 01:48PM
wlsc wrote:
good work!!!! keep it up!!!!! get those creeps off the road!!!!
on March 21,2014 | 08:55AM
soshaljustic wrote:
Would help if had additional breakdown of numbers. Locals or tourists, where and when. What were the misc categories? Would it help to put in speed bumps along the Pali and the Likilike :-)?
on March 21,2014 | 09:19AM
kahu808 wrote:
Speed bumps on major roads are a bad idea.
on March 21,2014 | 01:49PM
HAJAA1 wrote:
11 uninsured. Lol. And nothing happens so they keep on truckin'...
on March 21,2014 | 11:39AM
kahu808 wrote:
Seize the vehicles of repeat offenders. The legislature needs to allow that to happen.
on March 21,2014 | 01:50PM
Maneki_Neko wrote:
Well, now we know what the cops do when not having sex with prostitutes in the line of duty.
on March 21,2014 | 12:45PM
hawaiiwalter wrote:
Nice post!!!!
on March 21,2014 | 04:10PM
soundofreason wrote:
The REAL story is HOW these tickets/offenders get handled come court time. The 11 insurance violators will go out and GET insurance (temporarily) just before court and their tickets will be dismissed and they will suffer NO punishment for not having insurance AT THE TIME OF THE TICKET. Judges don't even check when the policy was issued - so they just skate....again....and do it all over.....again. And this is a preview of how people will handle their "mandated" O'bamacare too.
on March 22,2014 | 08:07AM
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