CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming Highway Patrol (WHP) troopers stopped nearly 40 motorists June 15 as part of their “Trooper in a Truck” campaign to crack down on unsafe driving.
According to a WHP Facebook post, 36 stops were made over a three-hour period.
Of those, 18 were warnings and four were crash assists.
Tickets and arrests included the following:
- 19 tickets for speeding.
- Six tickets for lack of insurance or invalid driver’s licenses.
- Two trickets for no seatbelts.
- One arrest for possessing a controlled substance.
- One warrant arrest.
- One ticket for no CDL.
- Three commercial vehicle inspections.
- Two commercial drivers were placed out of service.
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