Salina Police handed out 18 citations for seat belt violations over the weekend.
According to Lt. Russ Lamer, four officers and one spotter worked city wide Friday night into early Saturday morning, looking for seat belt violations.
Lt. Lamer tells KSAL News that 22 vehicles were stopped, and 18 tickets were issued.
Officers handed out fifteen citations for adults who were not buckled up, one driver was cited for not having a child wearing a seat belt, while two tickets were issued for children who were on board but not in a child safety seat.
The extra hours for officers is paid for by a special night time seat belt enforcement grant.