Deputies planning sobriety check points for weekend
OKLAHOMA COUNTY – Just another reminder to make sure you always have a sober driver.
If your weekend plans involve drinking, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Department wants to stress the importance of getting a safe ride home.
They will be conducting sobriety checkpoints across the metro Saturday from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Officials said they have a zero-tolerance policy so all violators will be taken to jail.
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