MORRIS TOWNSHIP, NJ - A DWI Checkpoint will be happening in Morris Township on Friday December 20 at approximately 9pm, announced the Morris Township Police Department. Morris Township Police Officers will be looking for intoxicated drivers in order to reduce the risk of DWI related crashes, they said.
The primary purpose of the checkpoint is to deter drinking and driving, and to assure the safety of the public, said police. Law enforcement agencies use checkpoints to detect and arrest individuals that are operating motor vehicles un the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.
The exact location of the checkpoint is not being disclosed.
Police are reminding drivers to use a designated driver or a car service.
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