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Parents In Favor Of YPD Crackdown On Cell Phone Use In SZ

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Parents In Favor Of YPD Crackdown On Cell Phone Use In SZ

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http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12507/7087559?cpt=8&wpid=2637 Thu, 14 Sep 2017 02:00:17 +0000 Parents In Favor Of YPD Crackdown On Cell Phone Use In SZ Parents In Favor Of YPD Crackdown On Cell Phone Use In SZ http://chic.clipsyndicate.com/video/playlist/12507/7087559?cpt=8&wpid=2637 KADN family and the youngsville police department is cracking down on motorists using cell phones while school zones. although a law has been on the books since 2014, news 15's phillip boudreaux is in the studio to explain why there will be tougher phil? youngsville police chief rickey boudreaux says they are cracking down on cell phone use in school zones because they were several near misses in those areas because the driver wasn't paying attention. parents i spoke they are in favor of the stricter enforcement. <"i think it's very important because our children come first.""the last thing we want for them is to be distracted and run over all of these that are walking from school parents like sharon whitley and christi creighton are happy to see the youngsville police department placing signs at every school zone in the city to remind motorists to not to use cell phones while driving.they both see it as a consistent problem at youngsville middle."i do see a few and it's everyday and i don't know if it's that people don't realize that it is a law.""it's pretty scary cause i drive through here everyday to pick up my child and i would hate for something to happen to my child over something ridiculous like being on a cell phone which isn't important."police chief ricky boudreaux says there will be serious penalties for those who are caught using their phones in the zones. "it's a $175 and every subsequent offense is $500. it's a serious thing. we don't want anybody hurt hure. we provide a good quality of life and we wanna make sure everybody is safe and secure." whitley hopes this will keep cell phones out of people's while driving and not just in school zones."any time you are on the road and you know i make it a point not to be on my cell phone when i'm on the road." chief boudreaux adds since they've only announced their plans for stricter enforcement yesterday, they will give motorists a week to adjust.phillip boudreaux news 15 focused on family and the community. 3





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