Patrolmen in Full Force on Highway 90


Car owners won’t be the only ones hitting Highway 90 this weekend. Local law enforcement agencies will also be patrolling in full force.
The Harrison County Sheriff’s Department and the Biloxi Police Department are already stationed in the Edgewater Mall parking lot.
Captain Harold Windom with Biloxi PD tells News 25 officers will not only patrol the roadways, but the beaches also on their various ATVs and off road vehicles. He says if you are thinking of causing a scene in your car on Highway 90, think again. “Cruising up and down is fine and dandy. Don’t be spinning the tires, don’t break traction, don’t be using the hydraulics to drop your tail ends down and scrape the Coast. We will be watching for that and that is a violation. If you want to do that, go up on the race tracks or where ever, but not on Highway 90, not on Biloxi’s roads.”
Captain Windom goes on to say if you don’t have to be on Highway 90 avoid the area at all costs. He expects the heaviest traffic to be on Saturday and even alternative routes such as Pass Road will be bumper to bumper.

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Shelby Myers comes to News 25 from small town, Thomasville, Alabama. She graduated from the University of South Alabama with a B.S. in Broadcast Journalism and a minor in Sociology. She is excited to be a part of the beautiful Gulf Coast. Shelby completed an internship with WKRG 5 in Mobile, AL where she found her passion for journalism. While in school, she reported and anchored for Jag TV, a university show, and also won a Creative Arts Award within the Communication Department for a documentary on the South Alabama football team. During her free time, Shelby enjoys watching sports, reading, and volunteering. She looks forward to beginning her career on the exciting Coast.