Indiana State Police troopers to hold sobriety checkpoint in St. Joseph County

The Indiana State Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint in St. Joseph County on  Saturday night, Dec. 3. The checkpoint will run in conjunction with the current “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” effort.

The Indiana State Police has partnered with approximately 250 law enforcement agencies statewide for the annual campaign that runs through Dec. 4.

Troopers from the Bremen Post will be conducting high visibility enforcement efforts including sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols looking for impaired drivers and unrestrained motorists.

Drivers are asked to have their driver’s license and vehicle registration available when entering a checkpoint. This will help minimize the amount of time spent at the checkpoint. Motorists can expect short delays of only two to three minutes.

The public is encouraged to call 911 or the closest Indiana State Police Post when they observe another motorist that may be impaired. Be prepared to give a description of the vehicle, location and direction of travel.

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