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Lancaster County Sheriff's Office to run seat belt checkpoint

Lancaster County Sheriff's Office to run seat belt checkpoint

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The Lancaster County Sheriff's Office will man a seat belt checkpoint Wednesday afternoon and evening as part of the "Click It or Ticket" campaign.

Between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m., the department will operate a high-visibility safety checkpoint on U.S. 77, just north of Nebraska 33. Vehicles will be selected "in a systematic fashion," according to the agency, and deputies will check both paperwork and safety restraints.

Following the checkpoint, deputies will conduct a saturation patrol, with marked patrol cars monitoring traffic violations on an individual basis.


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John Schreier, an Omaha native and sixth-generation Nebraskan, is an assistant city editor and has worked at the Journal Star since 2017.

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