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Prom Season

It’s that time of year again – high school students get dressed up and head to the prom. It is supposed to be a wonderful night full of fun, friends a good time. In an effort to boost teen driving safety, especially during the prom season, The NC Highway Patrol launched its “Drive to Live”… Read more »

Deadly Weekend on the Roads

A six year old girl, Ava Kendall, was killed in a car crash between Greenville and Falkland. The little girl was on her way to wedding, when a Jeep crossed the center line and crashed into the Honda in which she was riding. A sixteen year old from Raleigh died early Sunday morning when the… Read more »

St. Patrick’s Booze and Lose It Results

North Carolina Traffic Violations Secretary Conti announced that 1,013 DWI citations were issued over the St. Patrick’s campaign which ran March 11-17. An additional 32,579 traffic and criminal citations were issued. There were over 2, 000 checkpoints. Wake county issued 94 dwi citations. In addition, 2,485 safety belt violations and 355 child passenger violations were… Read more »

NC DWI Accident Sherills Ford

SHERRILLS FORD — Brian Hieb, the driver of the truck involved in a fatal accident that killed a Denver woman Tuesday, has been charged with DWI in the crash. Just before 6:45 p.m. Tuesday, Hieb was driving a Chevy Silverado north on Slanting Bridge Road when he crossed the centerline and sideswiped one pickup truck… Read more »

Superbowl Sunday

While we are all looking forward to a great game this Sunday, the Governor’s Highway Safety Program is looking forward to a safe, sober free weekend. In 2010 there were 121 alcohol-related auto accidents which led to 66 injuries and 3 deaths. The Governor’s Safety Patrol offers the following tips: If you are hosting a… Read more »

Traffic Ticket in NC?

If you have been issued a traffic ticket in North Carolina, your case will be heard in county District Court. Most North Carolina traffic offenses which result in the issuance of a traffic ticket, including DWI, will be under the jurisdiction of the local District Court. There are several exceptions, such as vehicular assault, which… Read more »