Police presence isn’t about writing tickets



If Cadott residents noticed an increase in police activity March 28, from 5-9 p.m., it was through a joint effort of the Cadott Police Department and State Patrol. With the presence of six state troopers and Cadott officer Daryl Pries, high-visibility traffic enforcement was conducted throughout the village.

“We have never done anything specifically with the State Patrol like this before,” said Pries. “We will be participating in events like this throughout the summer with the Bureau of Transportation Safety and the WisDOT.”

During the enforcement, 56 traffic stops were made, with 17 citations issued for speeding, vehicle registration and seat belt violations, as well as 80 written warnings for violations.

See Thursday, April 20, 2017, issue of the Courier Sentinel for more on this story. Newspapers can be purchased at our Cadott office or Cornell office.

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