INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Police in Marion County want to make sure you aren’t drinking and driving. So, throughout March police will be using extra patrols and DUI checkpoints to find drunk drivers.
The project is called “Driving Under the Influence Indiana” and is aimed at reducing crashes that happen because of people driving under the influence.
The DUI sobriety checkpoints will be on March 17 and March 26.
Police departments like Indy Metro Police, Indiana State Police, and more in Marion County will be participating in the project as part of the Marion County Traffic Safety Partnership.
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