The Ohio State Highway Patrol announced that it would conduct a sobriety checkpoint from 10 p.m. Friday through 2 a.m. Saturday along U.S. Route 23.
The patrol did not specify exactly where the checkpoint would take place, but said it would work with both the Delaware and Franklin County sheriff's offices.
The checkpoint, funded by federal grants, is planned to deter and intercept impaired drivers.
It will also be held in conjunction with nearby saturation patrols to aggressively combat alcohol-related injury and fatal crashes.
Advance publicity about the checkpoints serves as a deterrent, according to the patrol.
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