Indiana State Police to conduct sobriety checkpoint in Marshall County

MARSHALL COUNTY, Ind.—The Indiana State Police Bremen Post will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint on Friday.

As a part of the month’s long Operation Pull Over, authorities will stop drivers at a random point in Marshall County on March 22nd.

According to police, the purpose of the check point is to remove drivers who are under the influence of drugs or alcohol from the roads.

At the checkpoint, drivers are expected to have their licenses and registrations available to troopers.

Authorities offer these tips to avoid impaired driving:

  • Use a designated driver.
  • Don’t drive if after consuming any alcohol.
  • Offer non-alcoholic beverages if hosting a party.
  • Give drunk friends an alternative to driving such as calling a cab, driving them home or letting them spend the night.
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