State and local police will be on the lookout for drunk drivers in the days leading up to Halloween. Cops will be cracking down on anyone drinking and driving, not wearing their seatbelt or speeding through Halloween. It can be a dangerous time on the roads, says state Department of Transportation spokesperson Josh Kauffman.
Kauffman says alcohol was a factor in many of those accidents. He reminds state law requires everyone to be buckled up, including those riding in the backseat.