Ridgewood Police issue Warning: No more warnings
Warning from Ridgewood Police: No more warnings
Thursday August 2, 2012, 1:31 PM
BY LAURA HERZOG
The Ridgewood News
When it comes to pedestrian safety, the Ridgewood Police Department is past issuing warnings, for the most part.
The department’s pedestrian decoy program has led to the issuing of many more summonses than warnings to drivers this summer who failed to yield to plainclothes officers about to cross the street, said Ridgewood Police Chief John Ward.
In the month of June, 35 tickets were given to drivers who failed to stop; police also issued 34 cell phone violations.
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