‘Operation Eagle Eye’ nets 14 arrests in 12 hours
OKLAHOMA CITY — And the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office turned their focus to seat belt and speeding violations for 12 hours and netted 14 arrests.
13 people faced DUI charges and officers issued 225 other traffic citations during “Operation Eagle Eye.” 127 of those citations were for not wearing a seat belt.
Some violators are facing multiple charges.
A lot of Oklahomans are counting down the days until the long holiday weekend. If you are planning to travel, you won’t be paying as much as you did last year.
Triple A says the average price for gasoline is $3.45 cents in Oklahoma City which is actually a jump from last week.
However, experts say it is about 13 cents cheaper than the same time last year.
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