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Arrests made during saturation patrols in Stutsman County

More than 156 vehicles were screened during a two-hour sobriety checkpoint Saturday in Stutsman County

JSSP Generic Sun

Two people were arrested for driving under the influence and one was tested and charged with driving under suspension during a checkpoint and saturation patrol that was conducted Saturday, March 19, in Stutsman County, according to the North Dakota Highway Patrol.

More than 156 vehicles were screened during a two-hour sobriety checkpoint Saturday in Stutsman County. The patrol said one vehicle was stopped after avoiding the checkpoint and the driver was tested and charged with driving under suspension. No other drivers were arrested during the checkpoint.

Two drivers were arrested for driving under the influence during the saturation patrol after the checkpoint, the patrol said.

A sobriety checkpoint and saturation patrols were suspended Friday, March 18, due to a concerted law enforcement effort to locate a kidnapping victim, the patrol said.

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