APPLE VALLEY, Calif. (VVNG.com) — Concerns from Apple Valley residents over traffic-related complaints prompted police to conduct a special enforcement operation that resulted in dozens of citations.
The 1-day operation was conducted by the Apple Valley Station’s Traffic Enforcement Division on February 28, 2020, which resulted in 56 citations, 42 were for speed-related offenses, officials said.
“Other violations included expired registration, loud exhaust, no license plates, modified emissions, driving without a license, driving with a suspended license, and exhibition of speed (burnouts). One vehicle was towed for the driver having a suspended license and another vehicle was impounded for 30 days for the exhibition of speed,” stated sheriff’s officials in a news release.
The station said traffic-related complaints continue to be a top concern and deputies will periodically conduct these traffic enforcement operations in the Town.
“The goal of these operations is to provide safer streets for all motorists in Apple Valley,” stated the release.
The Apple Valley Station would like to remind all motorists to drive safely and obey all traffic laws.