Broward County: Deputies seek to curb aggressive driving
Posted July 2 2007
Driving while mad? That's a bad idea this week.
The Broward Sheriff's Office will begin "Operation Mad Motorist" today, aimed at cutting down on aggressive driving and road rage. Throughout the July 4 holiday week, deputies will have zero tolerance for aggressive driving on the road.
Deputies will not give any warnings and will instead ticket overly aggressive drivers, the Sheriff's Office says.
The operation in part is a response to the June 3 dragging death of Sandra Hall, who authorities say was run over and dragged for a mile through North Lauderdale after getting out of her car to confront a hit-and-run driver.
Abdelaziz Hamze, 24, has been jailed without bail on a first-degree murder charge in connection with her death.