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Two drivers who were cited during a Columbus Police Motor Squad operation along Bradley Park Drive say that were not distracted and were within the law. Maj. J.D. Hawk reminds drivers of the dangers of cell phone use while driving, and confirms that no one was cited for "eating french fries" Robin Trimarchi The Ledger-Enquirer

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