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Police targeting aggressive driving this month

MIDDLETOWN, OH (FOX19) -

Through a grant from the Ohio Department of Public Safety, the Middletown Police Department will be targeting aggressive driving during the month of October.

Officers will be targeting speeding, seatbelts and alcohol offenses in various neighborhoods around the city.

Extra patrols will be out on October 31st for trick or treat night.

The Middletown police department encourages everyone to pay extra attention on the road while children are trick or treating.

If you see aggressive driving or a possible impaired driver, citizens are asked to call the police department at 513-425-7700 with the license plate and description, if possible.

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