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Sobriety checkpoint nets four arrests

Photo by Sgt. Jeff Pleasants, Bossier Sheriff’s Office

The Bossier Sheriff’s Office conducted a sobriety checkpoint late Saturday evening into Sunday morning in the 4,000 block of Airline Dr.  Officers screened 505 vehicles and made four arrests.  Louisiana State Police and the Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office also assisted.

The checkpoint began at 10 p.m. Saturday and ended at 4 a.m. Sunday in order to identify and remove impaired drivers from the road before they cause injury or death to themselves or others and to increase public awareness to the seriousness of driving while impaired.

“Compliance with Louisiana driving laws is our ultimate goal in order to keep everyone safe on the road,” said Bossier Sheriff Julian Whittington.

Motorists are also encouraged to report impaired drivers to law enforcement at any time.  The message is clear – “Drive sober or get pulled over.”

The sobriety checkpoint was conducted through a $14,040 grant awarded to the Bossier Sheriff’s Office from the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission for DWI Enforcement.

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  1. Might have gotten more if they went after the ones that cut on on side road and did a u turn in the checkpoint line! I went through the checkpoint and witnessed 2 cars cut off side road right before and then 1 did u turn and was only 3 cars away from the cones!

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