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12-093 Deputies Unveil Sobriety Checkpoint Results

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What:  Deputies unveil results from last night’s sobriety checkpoint

Where:  4501 66th Street North, Kenneth City, FL 33709
(Kmart parking lot)

When:  Friday, April 27, 2012 from 10:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.


Pinellas County Deputies conducted a DUI Checkpoint operation last night in an effort to reduce DUI related injuries and educate drivers.

The following are the results of the operation;

4 DUI’s

10 DWLSR (1 Felony)

3 Possession of Marijuana

1 Warrant

1 Flee/Elude

1 Violation of Business Purposes Only driver’s license

1 Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

1 Possession of Oxycodone

1 Possession of Alprazolam

1 Possession of Opanga

1 Possession of Cocaine

Subjects Arrested

31 Citations written

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