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Sobriety checkpoint planned for this weekend

November 10, 2011
Special to the Town Crier
The Mahoning County OVI Task Force announced that police officers will operate a sobriety checkpoint in Mahoning County to deter and intercept drinking drivers this weekend. Currently, the location of the upcoming checkpoint is undisclosed.

“One of the main goals of the Mahoning County OVI Task Force is to educate motorists about the dangers of drinking and driving,” said Canfield Assistant police Chief and OVI Task Force coordinator Scott Weamer. “It is important for motorists who consume alcohol to utilize a designated driver, or to make other arrangements to get home safely. Officers will continue to strictly enforce the laws pertaining to operating a vehicle while impaired.”

Support in operating the upcoming checkpoint will be provided by participating agencies of the Mahoning County OVI Task Force and the Ohio State Highway Patrol.
 
 

 

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