Cary Police Thanksgiving Enhanced Enforcement Report

From the Cary Police Department:

Thanksgiving Traffic Safety Campaign – Results

The Cary Police Department took the following enforcement actions during the recent Thanksgiving traffic enforcement campaign:

▪ 5 speeding citations issued
▪ 2 improper use of an electronic communication device citations issued

Law enforcement agencies throughout Illinois participated in this effort to reduce highway fatalities by getting impaired drivers off the roads and more people buckled up.

The enforcement campaign took place from November 20th–30th.

During the mobilization, extra emphasis was placed on enforcement during late-night hours, when statistics show the most unbuckled and impaired driving fatalities occur.

The Thanksgiving enforcement effort is made possible by federal traffic safety funds administered by IDOT as part of the statewide Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over and Click It or Ticket campaigns.

The Cary Police Department encourages motorists to call 911 to report dangerous driving.

When calling to report dangerous driving, please provide as much information including; vehicle make, model, color, registration, and direction of travel, and if possible, a description of the driver of the offending vehicle.


Cary Police Thanksgiving Enhanced Enforcement Report — 11 Comments

  1. Great—they hardly got anyone, why take risks pulling people over that dont deserve it, I mean with Covid all over the place.

    Also if you call 9-1-1 for Police in Cary—you get transferred by the first operator taking your call, its weird and time consuming and has something to do with the Fire Dept gets the direct access, not the Police—I really dont know, but its no fun calling 9-1-1 and having to tell your story twice.

    Curious too if there is still 100 dollar cash rewards for reporting drunk drivers since they want drivers to get all the information listed in the article.

  2. That’s it?

    It seems that these boneheads took some time off for the holidays, but that will change for the worst.

  3. My son and daughter in law in Cary had the same problem last year..(7/2019)… a burglar was in their garage, they called 911, and got sent to the fire dept, then Sheriff, then Fire dept EMT ambance, THEN the Cary PD!

    Took 8 minutes to reach the police, after they called 911… the time they finally came, 23 minutes AFTER, their call was finally sent to the PD, the crook(s) had long fled.

    This is pathetic!

  4. I believe the $100 is paid by MADD.

    They get some funding through the DUI courts so in essence, the drunks pay to snitch the drunks.

    I wonder if they report any suicide ideations or attempts to the blotter?

  5. Why can’t the Cary PD raid their massage parlor brothels for illegal Chinese aliens?

    That would readily fill the local jail.

    Would that be asking too much?

  6. That’s Little Eddie’s favorite hangout – pun intended. 😁

  7. 875 Feinberg Ct. Ste 100 is Dolce Day Spa—a respectable and upscale Day Spa for Women, partially owned by Patsy Frits, a major Realtor in the area and who’s own office is in the Suite right next door.

    There is no Chinese “massage” parlor going on at that address or business.

    Give us another one to “investigate”.

  8. Do you go there too, Mr Wire?



    A spa.

    Yeah right.

    Why do men go there Wire?

    To accompany their wives?

    Just asking.

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