Sobriety checkpoint nets six arrests

April 23, 2008|By Tyeesha Dixon

After conducting a sobriety checkpoint Friday night into Saturday morning, Howard County police arrested six drivers and charged them with driving under the influence of alcohol or driving while impaired by alcohol or drugs.

More than 800 vehicles passed through the checkpoint, set up on southbound U.S. 1, south of Howard Street in Savage, according to police. Of those, 12 were pulled over for further examination. One driver who had a suspended license was also arrested.

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