(CBS4) – With numerous twists, turns and up and downs, it’s always a good idea to keep your speed down when driving on Highway 93 between Golden and Boulder. It will be a particularly good idea on Friday. That’s because the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office announced that they will be “conducting speed enforcement.”

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Deputies will also be actively “looking for aggressive driving violations.”

The enforcement will be taking place all throughout the day, according to a message the sheriff’s office posted on Facebook.

The office said there are many crashes on Highway 93 that the Colorado State Patrol investigates each month. It’s also where a sheriff’s deputy was struck and killed while on motorcycle patrol in January 2014. That’s why an 8 mile stretch of the highway is called the Sgt. David M. Baldwin Memorial Highway.

Jesse Sarles