Johnson County sheriff’s officers and other agencies will conduct DUI checkpoints this weekend, a sheriff’s spokesman.
The checkpoints will be at multiple locations in areas of the county that have had high occurrences of vehicle crashes, said Master Deputy Tom Erickson. The sheriff’s office did not specify the specific location of the checkpoints.
“Drivers suspected of being intoxicated will be given brief sobriety tests and those drivers who are confirmed to be impaired will be arrested,” he said. “Efforts will be made not to severely interrupt the flow of traffic. Citizens’ patience and cooperation will assist with this important safety effort.”