DETROIT (WKZO) -- Michigan State Police officers are kicking off a three-week program targeting aggressive drivers. The crackdown comes on the heels of a similar campaign on the state's east side for the past couple of weeks.
Officers are looking for drivers who tailgate another driver, make quick lane changes or make aggressive moves in traffic. Michigan State Police will also be looking at drivers who may be talking on their cellphones.
MSP officers will work in teams with an unmarked car in traffic that will radio ahead to a marked cruiser if they spot someone driving aggressively.