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Ohio State Highway Patrol 6-State OVI Crackdown

State troopers in Ohio will take part in an OVI crackdown on impaired driving this week as part of a multi-state enforcement effort called the 6-State Trooper Project. State police from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvania and West Virginia will join in the project with the Ohio State Highway patrol from 12:01 a.m. Friday through 11:59 p.m. Sunday.If you find yourself charged with an Ohio OVI as a result of this law enforcement initiative, please give us a call. Dayton DUI is open 24/7 at (937) 776-2671. Put this number in your phone and have us at your fingertips....

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Ohio DUI Crackdown Begins Today!

You can expect a major increase in Ohio DUI enforcement beginning today.  Operation "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" will put 99 law enforcement agencies on our roads with over 8,400 hours of extra enforcement that will run through Labor Day.  The national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over crackdown is a program organized by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and focuses on combining high-visibility enforcement with heightened public awareness through advertising and publicity.If you want to receive updated information on Dayton OVI checkpoint locations, enhanced traffic enforcement, saturation patrols and other important developments...

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Ohio DUI Crackdown Begins Friday

The Ohio State Highway Patrol has announced that their "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" Ohio DUI crackdown will begin Friday, August 16 and last through Labor Day.  During the enforcement period, Ohio DUI law enforcement partners have planned more than 7,000 enforcement hours and more than 900 hours of DUI saturation patrols around Ohio. “Law enforcement partners across the state will be out in full force to ensure people are making the right decisions on our roads,” said Ohio Department of Public Safety Director John Born. “Impaired driving is a serious matter, and the message is clear – drive sober or...

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