‘Drive High, Get a DUI’ campaign launches in Colorado to stop stoned driving

DENVER - Colorado is launching a new “Drive High, Get A DUI” campaign to remind drivers that newly legal weed should be treated like alcohol and not consumed before driving.

The campaign includes radio and TV ads and new posters to be displayed in dispensaries.

The other part of the effort is enforcement.

Right now, 200 officers of various agencies are trained recognition experts. Another 20 graduated with that certification … Read More

Officers will ‘aggressively’ seek drunken drivers Friday.

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Officers step up DUI efforts before St. Patrick’s Day

Officers step up DUI efforts before St. Patrick’s Day

By Debora  Villalon



Saint Patrick’s Day is Monday March 17, but police agencies on the Peninsula are getting a jump-start on the party with early DUI enforcement.

“People need to be aware these collisions kill people, ” Sgt. Jay Kiely of the Burlingame Police Dept. told KTVU. Kiely coordinated saturation patrols Monday night, putting officers from Burlingame, San Mateo, and Hillsborough on the streets in area

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