Editor's Note: This article has been updated to include tickets issued on Sunday. Originally, the article only contained tickets issued on Saturday.
YORKTOWN, N.Y. - New York State Police officers dished out more than 100 tickets at FDR Park over the weekend as part of a child restraint checkpoint, the department said in a news release.
On Saturday, during a six-hour detail at the Taconic State Parkway entrance of FDR Park, officers issued 65 tickets, 60 of which were issued for child restraint violations.
On Sunday, in another six-hour detail, the department issued 67 more tickets: 48 for child restraint violations, seven for seatbelt violations, and 12 for other vehicle and traffic violations.
In the news release, the department said the detail "was to help educate the public with the importance of properly securing children within the vehicle."