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2009-05-07Maysville, MO | By: Prokes
Twelve troopers were assigned to the four-hour
Operation. Two-hundred fifty-five vehicles came into the
The outcome of the sobriety checkpoint resulted in one
driver arrested for driving while intoxicated and another
arrested for being a minor in possession of alcohol.
The troopers issued summons to four drivers without
Ninety-three warnings were given to motorists for minor
violations. Captain Duane L. Robinson states: "not only are the
checkpoints an effective means to arrest intoxicated drivers,
but also other arrests are made based on violations found by