NORWALK, Conn. – Mothers Against Drunk Driving (M.A.D.D.) recently honored three Norwalk police officers for their commitment to enforcing DUI laws, according to a press release.
Police Officers Tyrone Boyd, James Mosher, and Christopher Wasilewski were honored Wednesday, May 20, at Connecticut M.A.D.D.’s annual Law Enforcement Recognition Ceremony.
The combined efforts of the three officers accounted for 38 percent of all 2014 Norwalk DUI arrests, Norwalk Police Chief Thomas Kulhawik said in a press release.
Wasilewski, who made the most DUI arrests in Norwalk last year, was honored by M.A.D.D. for the first time.
Boyd has been honored by M.A.D.D. annually for the last six years, while Mosher has received the award for seven years.
“These officers' conviction to keep innocent drivers and pedestrians from the violent and senseless, yet preventable crime of driving under the influence cannot be overstated,” Kulhawik said.
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