Atlantic City police increasing patrols to combat Thanksgiving DWI

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ATLANTIC CITY, NJ – Starting tonight, the Atlantic City Police Department is beefing up its patrols around the city to keep an eye out for drunk drivers. Atlantic City is a favorite Thanksgiving week destination for many in the tri-state area.

“Tonight, and throughout the week of Thanksgiving, the Atlantic City Police Department will have an increase in DWI Enforcement patrols throughout the city to ensure everyone has a safe and happy holiday,” the department said.

The department welcomes visitors, but warns against driving while impaired.

“If you’re going to enjoy a festive time in our city with your friends and loved ones, please use other forms of transportation or designate a sober driver. Please drink responsibly, and do not let cheers turn to tears this Thanksgiving and through the holiday season,” the department said.

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