Increased Law Enforcement
Alachua County Sheriff's deputies are making a statement and getting the message out. Residents of North Central Florida will comply with the laws of this town or pay a heavy price. Stop, after stop, after stop. Alachua County Sheriff's deputies are playing no games. They are cracking down on traffic violators in Lacrosse, which they say has increasingly become a problem area lately. Deputies are taking complaints from residents very serious.
Tom Guilfoyle, a sworn legal advisor with the sheriff's office says for the past three weeks, deputies have increased their patrol in the area. People are being pulled over, but it's what deputies usually find that gets them a citation, ticket or even arrested. During the past three patrols, deputies have recorded over 120 traffic stops resulting in various violations. Deputies say the only way to reduce the problems in places like Lacrosse, is to keep the symbol of authority in the area. The Sheriff's office says the increased patrols will continue, they just won't say when.
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