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As part of the “Safe Family Travels” enforcement program, Hammond Police will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint this weekend. Lt. Patrick Vicari says motorists who are stopped can expect a brief delay and will be asked to produce their drivers license and registration. Lt. Vicari says they will be looking for impaired drivers, as well as other violations, and if none are found, drivers would then be immediately released.
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