Police Chief Joe Treviño said this week that the Beeville Police Department will participate with the Texas Department of Transportation’s Labor Day Impaired Driving Mobilization.
Extra patrol officers will be on duty in the city from Aug. 20 through Sept. 6 looking for people driving drunk.
A DWI arrest is something to be avoided.
Between bail money, attorney fees, fines, court costs and additional jail time, a DWI arrest can cost the violator thousands of dollars.
And anyone who has already had two or more DWI arrests will almost certainly face possible prison time.
Treviño suggests that the best way to avoid that kind of trouble is to refrain from driving after drinking – especially in Beeville.