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Sobriety checkpoint planned in Stark County

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The North Dakota Highway Patrol plans a DUI checkpoint somewhere in Stark County at an unspecified time on Saturday.

Officers will follow it up with DUI "saturation patrols" in the area. The effort is being held during Roughrider Days.

The goal of sobriety checkpoints is to deter people from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.


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