LOWER TOWNSHIP COPS TO CRACK DOWN ON CELL PHONES

The Lower Township Police Department has announced that officers will be paying particular attention to motorists operating motor vehicles while talking or texting on their cell phones, during the month of June. 

Lower Township Police Chief, Edward Donohue noted that along with complaints of speeders on certain streets, that the township routinely receives, the police department has also been receiving complaints of increased use of cell phones by motorists.  The Police Department chose the month of June to bring attention to cell phone use by motorist, due to the fact that our schools will soon be out for the summer and the roads will be filled with more pedestrians, bicyclist and moped riders, along with the increased volume of traffic that occurs during our summer season.

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