The Woodstock Police Department and the Department of Motor Vehicles spent the morning of April 5 pulling over tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles as part of an coordinated inspection effort.
In three hours, police stopped 15 trucks, inspected the paperwork of two, search another and issued eight tickets for various infractions.
Woodstock police plan to continue random searches of commercial vehicles traveling through the village.
“The purpose of this action plan was to ensure the safety of the citizens of Woodstock by sending a message to commercial vehicle drivers coming through our community that they must be fully compliant with all commercial vehicle rules and regulations,” said Police Chief Robbie Blish in a statement.Woodstock police and the state DMV inspected 15 commercial vehicles Friday. (Photos Provided)