LPD to hold checkpoint

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From LDR Staff

The Lebanon Police Department has announced that it will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint sometime on or before June 30.

Lebanon Chief of Police Randy Halstead said in a press release from the Lebanon Police Department that the checkpoint is designed to identify intoxicated drivers. Motorists suspected of intoxication will be given a series of standardized field sobriety tests. The results of those tests will be evaluated and intoxicated drivers will be arrested.

Efforts will be made not to severely interrupt traffic flow, but drivers in the area of the checkpoints may be slightly inconvenienced.

Funding is being made available through a grant with the Missouri Department of Transportation.



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