Raleigh-- Drivers were cited by the thousands last week during "Child Passer Safety Week" as part of the Governor's Highway Safety Program.
Numbers released today shows that 14,000 motorists were cited for traffic and criminal violations. More than 200 of those were cited for improper child restraints, officials said.
State and local law enforcement officers issued the citations during 1,400 checkpoints and stepped-up patrols.
In addition to cracking down on child passenger violations, officers across the state charged 435 motorists with driving while impaired.
State officials said Officers also issued a total of 3,844 criminal violations, including 891 drug charges, 40 stolen vehicles and 441 fugitives were captured during the campaign.
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NC Governor's Highway Safety