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Sugarcreek Borough Police Officers Honored For Aggressive Driving Enforcement

March 1, 2018
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Two police officers from the Sugarcreek Borough Police Department were among six officers from northwestern Pennsylvania honored this week for their efforts to reduce the number of aggressive driving crashes.

Patrolmen Matthew Johnson and Joseph Highfield were recognized at a regional meeting by PennDOT and the Pennsylvania Aggressive Driving Education and Enforcement Project.

PennDOT says, in 2016, there were 7,001 aggressive driving crashes in Pennsylvania.  Officials say aggressive driving behaviors include speeding, tailgaiting, failing to stop at red lights and stop signs, weaving through traffic, illegal passes on the right and failing to yield to oncoming traffic.

The Pennsylvania State Police and 238 municipal police departments in Pennsylvania will participate in an aggressive driving enforcement and education campaign from March 19 through April 29.  In this area, police from Oil City, Franklin and Sugarcreek Borough will be taking part in the effort.

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