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Police target traffic enforcement on El Camino Real
July 15, 2014, 05:00 AM

Police officers focused their efforts on El Camino Real Monday, the same stretch where Bernabe Lactawen was killed while crossing the street Sunday, July 6 in San Bruno as part of the Office of Traffic Safety funded Saturation Traffic Enforcement Program.

During Monday’s effort, a total of 35 citations were issued, primarily for unsafe speed on El Camino Real in Burlingame, and 10 warnings were given. In addition to the citations, Rogaciano Ayala, 52, of Burlingame, was arrested for an outstanding DUI warrant; Mark Olivo, 28, of Burlingame, was cited for driving on a suspended license; and Oscar Lopez Bonilla, 19, of Burlingame, was cited for driving without a license, according to police.

The traffic safety deployment was funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

 

 

Tags: traffic, burlingame, safety,


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