Northwest Arkansas Police, Deputies Take Aim at Drunken Holiday Driving

Posted: July 4, 2014 at 1:30 a.m.

Northwest Arkansas police and sheriffs' deputies will be out in force this holiday weekend, patrolling roads and waters for drunken drivers and encouraging everyone celebrating Independence Day to stay safe.

At A Glance

US Drunken-Driving Deaths

2005: 13,582

2006: 13,491

2007: 13,041

2008: 11,711

2009: 10,759

2010: 10,136

2011: 9,865

2012: 10,322

Source: Foundation For Advancing Alcohol Responsibility

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