Pedestrian Endangerment Targeted In Prineville, Oregon Operation

Posted on August 30, 2012

A Pedestrian Safety Operation will be conducted in Prineville, Oregon to help reduce the number of crashes involving pedestrians, especially those caused by distracted driving. The Prineville Police Department will have a plain clothes officer cross downtown streets. Nearby officers will then be ticketing drivers who don’t yield the right of way.  The offense carries a fine of $260. In addition, violations for cellphone use will also be targeted.  Citations for that will cost $142.

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