Nearly 200 people in the Reno-Sparks, Nev. area were cited for distracted driving during a special enforcement effort earlier this month.
The Nevada Highway Patrol and Washoe County Sheriff’s Office joined Reno and Sparks police in the distracted driving awareness campaign.
Between Feb. 12 and Feb. 23, they made a total of 344 traffic stops and cited drivers for a total of 452 violations.
The most, a total of 195, were cited for talking on cellphones or other activities that distracted their driving.
The officers also wrote 97 speeding tickets and cited 38 people for failure to show proof of insurance
In addition, deputies arrested two people on drug charges and three on fugitive charges.