Williamsburg police increase crosswalk patrols

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November 11, 2008

2:01 AM

Williamsburg Police will be increasing patrols at city crosswalks over the next two weeks, according to the Daily Press. Police will be at the confusion corner crosswalks, or the area where Richmond Road, Jamestown Road, and Boundary Street meet, from Nov. 3 through Nov. 15, according to city spokesperson Kate Hoving. Police will also patrol crossing areas east of the 1200 block of Richmond Rd. and north of Rolfe Road on Jamestown Road. Police officers have reported no major incidents thus far and are hoping the increased patrols will keep it that way.

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