Police expected to set up DUI checkpoints next weekOctober 24,2013Staff Report
Police will set up a checkpoint next week in Rutland County to catch drunken drivers.
State police will work with local law enforcement agencies to conduct a checkpoint somewhere in the county during the week of Oct. 27.
Police are urging drivers to pick a designated driver and to wear their seat belts.
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