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Despite high visibility patrols and more vehicle checkpoints, police are continuing to see traffic accidents, speeding and DUIs on local roads.
Five people were arrested over the weekend of 4-5 June on suspicion of DUI as part of a continuing police initiative launched at the end of May dubbed ‘Operation Quaker’.
Nine people have been arrested on suspicion of DUI as part of a police initiative launched Friday dubbed 'Operation Quaker'.
A woman who was found to be three times over the legal blood-alcohol limit following a car crash on West Bay Road escaped from police custody on Sunday, but turned herself in the next day.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service says there has been an increase in the number of collisions over the past week, adding it appears the vast majority of these collisions occurred due to speeding and people driving under the influence of alcohol.
A Bodden Town man, 32, has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence after a collision between a car and a truck on Tuesday.
The Traffic and Roads Policing Unit remain concerned about the rise of collisions with nearly 250 crashes already in the books for 2020.
During the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service's road safety campaign in December, 50 people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence, but no DUI arrests were made on New Year's Eve, according to police.
Hundreds of tickets have been issued for multiple traffic offences during the Royal Cayman Islands Police Service’s annual holiday safety campaign.
The Christmas season has started, and with it comes a warning from the National Drug Council not to drink and drive.
Police have kicked off its the annual holiday crackdown which will see officers hitting the streets in greater numbers to nab drunk drivers and traffic offenders.
An off-duty police officer has been arrested in suspicion of drunk driving after an early morning collision Tuesday.
A 32-year-old man arrested on suspicion of DUI following a single vehicle collision in West Bay early Saturday was charged with assaulting police after he allegedly kicked an officer.
The Royal Cayman Islands Police Service is stepping up activity to address the increase in drunken driving around the holidays.
A 27-year-old George Town man was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after a truck he was driving Saturday night crashed into a Caribbean Utilities Co. pole near the entrance to Lakeside apartments.
According to police data on traffic offenses, the number of charges for DUI (that is, “drink driving”) declined by 36 percent in 2015, compared to the previous year. Let’s be honest. The DUI numbers can be virtually anything we choose them to be.