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The Zebulon Police Department was honored June 15 by the Georgia Office of Highway Safety and Mothers Against Drunk Drivers for making 64 DUI arrests in 2021 and ZPD officer Mitchell Brooks made the third most DUI arrests in the state with 37 arrests. At right, ZPD officer Mitchell Brooks (left) and ZPD Chief Jonathan Hemphill accept awards from the GOHS and MADD. 

ZPD earns honors for DUI arrests

The Zebulon Police Department was honored recently by the Georgia Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) as well as Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) on June 15. 

“The Zebulon Police Department fights diligently to keep our citizens as well as the citizens traveling the roadways through our city safe and in 2021 that was no different,” said ZPD’s Michael Johnson. 

In the category of less than 10 officers in the department, the Zebulon Police Department as a whole was awarded third place in the entire state of Georgia for the most DUI arrests with 64 arrests. 

Officer Mitchell Brooks was awarded third place in the entire state of Georgia with his individual achievement of 37 DUI arrests. 

“We hope to continue to keep you all safe and achieve the first place honors for 2022,” said Johnson. “Please, if you are of age and decide to drink, stay where you are or have a sober driver, do not put yourself and others lives at stake by driving. Thank you officer Mitchell Brooks and all of the officers of the Zebulon Police Department for all of your hard work and diligence! ‘Never Quit’”

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