PIKESVILLE, Md. - Maryland State Police issued 335 citations and 484 warnings Monday as part of its enforcement effort of the state’s “Move Over” law.
According to state police figures, troopers conducted approximately 1,411 traffic stops during the 24-hour period. Troopers arrested 20 people while issuing an additional 476 citations and 409 warnings for other traffic violations. There were 97 repairs orders issued as well.
The effort came weeks after Trooper Jacqueline Kline was struck and critically injured while assisting in a traffic stop in Glen Burnie. Drivers who are obeying the ‘Move Over’ law give emergency workers an area for them to safely work.
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