Highway Patrol to Conduct OVI Checkpoint in Knox County on Saturday
By Timothy Perry
September 11, 2015 - 1:31 PM
The Ohio State Highway Patrol will conduct an OVI checkpoint in Knox County on Saturday, September 13.
According to the State Patrol, the principal
benefit of a sobriety checkpoint is its deterrent effect on drinking drivers
or potential drinking drivers. This deterrent effect has been proven to be enduring.
Although a large number of OVI arrests are not
expected, there is a greater perceived risk of arrests because of awareness
The specific location will be announced on Saturday morning.
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