Ald. Cavalier “Chevy” Johnson
Press Release

Dangerous drivers be warned

Statement of Alderman Cavalier Johnson - April 30, 2018

By - Apr 30th, 2018 04:49 pm

I wholeheartedly support the traffic enforcement partnership announced by Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales. This epidemic of reckless driving, speeding, hit-and-runs and other irresponsible behavior behind-the-wheel has got to stop. In my district, I have seen families lose loved ones or constituents injured so severely that their lives will never be the same. This is unfortunately a microcosm of incidents occurring in many parts of the city. With Milwaukee Police Department, Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office, and Wisconsin State Patrol teaming up, I am hopeful these aggressive, unsafe drivers will be held accountable.

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2 thoughts on “Dangerous drivers be warned”

  1. skipjack says:

    Oh look.. Barrett is putting together another “task force”… this time to combat the rash of reckless drivers.

    This is Barrett’s M.O.: Problem in the city? Put together a “task force” and hold a press conference; say a few words about how you’re cracking down and going to be tough on said problem, and then have a wonderful handshaking photo op for the media…

    … and then proceed to do nothing about the problem.

  2. MKE Kid says:

    As a lifelong Milwaukeean, I have to agree with skipjack.

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