Results – Operation Hot Wheels on Various County RoadwaysPBSO
RESULTS of Operation ‘Hot Wheels’ for August 27, 2022:
During the shift, numerous cars were stopped for high speeds with four being arrested for racing and four cars towed with 30-day admin hold.
Traffic Stops: 96
Criminal Citations: 11
Written Warnings: 65
Verbal Warnings: 15
Vehicles Towed: 4
Felony Arrests: 0
Misdemeanor Arrests: 5
Warrants Filed: 0
Arrest: Case # 22-102862, Charge: Racing
Case # 22-102870, Charge: Racing
Case # 22-102868, Charge: Racing
Case # 22-102896, Charge: Racing
RESULTS of Operation ‘Hot Wheels’ for August 22, 2022:
- Traffic Stops: 16
- Criminal Citations: 9
- Citations: 26
- Written Warnings: 16
- Verbal Warnings: 2
- Backups: 24
- Vehicles Towed: 6
- Felony Arrests: 1 – Carry Concealed Firearm/Sig 0
- Misdemeanor Arrests: 5- Racing
- Warrants Filed: 0
- FIR’s: 14
- Supplement Reports: 2
- Assist to VHI and DUI: 2
For Immediate Release
Contact: Media Relations 688-3080
Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office conducted Operation Hot Wheels on Saturday, August 20, 2022, on various roadways within Palm Beach County.
The primary mission of this operation is to conduct high-visibility, zero-tolerance enforcement of car clubs that meet and engage in traffic violations or violations of other state statutes.
Our goal is to make it abundantly clear that we will hold those accountable who commit significant traffic violations including racing and reckless driving.
The locations of the enforcement is in the unincorporated areas of Palm Beach County and contracted cities.