Halloween is around the corner and the san juan police department is joining forces with the Texas department of transportation to raise awareness about safety concerns.

Starting October 24th law enforcement agencies will be cracking down on seat belt laws. Speeding, drunk drivers and

“This the first time in a number of years that we are participating again, all the overtime is funded and given to us by txdot,” explains Rolando Garcia, San Juan police chief.

The San Juan police department received a little fewer than 10 thousand dollars that will be used in the overtime of police officers

Speeding and drunk driving are mayor public safety concerns, especially during holidays like Halloween when more children will be out on the streets.