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Press Release – GARLAND COUNTY SHERIFF’s DEPARTMENT (Sergeant Schroeder)
Sheriff McCormick would like to announce that the Garland County Sheriff’s Department will be participating in a six-state drug impaired driving enforcement campaign between April 20 and April 22. Law enforcement from Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, and Oklahoma will be cracking down on drugged driving in an initiative called, “Driving High? Kiss Your License Goodbye!”
Sheriff McCormick stated, “drugged driving is impaired driving, and will not be tolerated in Garland County. Whether the drug is obtained legally or illegally does not matter, driving while impaired poses a threat to the driver, passengers, and other people on the road.” The goal of this initiative is to save lives and to protect the citizens of Garland County from those who would choose to drive impaired.