Operation "Blue Light" I-70 Patrol to Begin In Indiana and Ohio
A joint enforcement project between the Indiana State Police and the Ohio Highway Patrol known as "Operation Blue Light" gets underway Tuesday.
Police will be concentrating on reducing crashes and curtailing criminal activity along the I-70 corridor across both states.
Indiana State Police Districts from Pendleton, Indianapolis and Putnamville will be taking part.
The joint effort will involve state police and highway patrol posts from the West Virginia border to the Illinois border along I-70 from through August 31st.
Indiana Troopers will be utilizing fully marked and unmarked Chargers, unmarked Mustangs and Harley Davidson Motorcycles looking for crash causing violations like following too closely, unsafe speed and unsafe lane movement.
Troopers will also be using unmarked white INDOT pickup trucks in construction zones looking for unsafe drivers.