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Those Starks of Winterfell were right: Winter came. Now, we’re hoping it’s going.
One of the surest signs that winter is slowly retreating is the sight of folks dressed in green and drinking in the middle of the day. You know, St. Patrick’s Day. It’s approaching quickly and people all over the state are considering getting off the couch and showering for once.
But, before you put on your best Fun Pants, remember that if you’re going out to paint the town green, the police are on the lookout for drunk drivers. You should designate your driver now because we know of at least four checkpoints in Ohio.
UPDATE: We know of a fifth checkpoint and it’s on Monday.
Medina County/Brunswick will have one Monday night at 7 pm on Pearl Road, south of Laurel Road.
Over the weekend:
Columbus/Grove City will have two checkpoints on Friday, March 14. The first will be from 8-1o pm just east of Young Road on 665. The second will be on 665 west of Hoover road from 10:30 pm-1230 am.
North Royalton is having a checkpoint on Friday, March 14.
Olmsted Falls is having one on Saturday, March 15.
In addition to this, we have been told the following cities are scheduling saturation patrols for that weekend:
- Broadview Hts
- Brooklyn Hts
- Brook Park
- Chagrin Falls
- Middleburg Hts
- N. Olmsted
- N. Royalton
- Olmsted Falls
- Olmsted Twp
- Parma Hts
- S. Euclid
- Walton Hills
- Warrensville Hts
That’s what we know for now. We’ll keep updating this post as we get closer to the holiday weekend. In the meantime, our recommendation is that you designate your driver now to keep the roadways safe.
Thank you to the Safe Rides Promotion for sharing this information. They are doing a promotion with the local Clear Channel stations to promote a safe holiday. You can go to http://www.wmms.com/common/ads/saferides/022514/ and explain how you’re planning to get home safely. You’ll be entered for a chance to win $100 gift certificates to Barley House and $100 worth of Ace Taxi vouchers.
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Wait. What the hell happened to 2013?
Whatever happened, it’s basically over. 2014 is charging down the tracks from Timeland like a runaway freight train. Hopefully you’ll be celebrating its arrival with champagne, fancy hats and those noise maker things that don’t have an official name.
But as you celebrate, make sure you have a safe ride home. We originally shared information about four checkpoints in Columbus tonight, but our source was wrong on those. That said, they are actively focusing on saturation patrols across central Ohio.
We have not heard of any formal checkpoints in Cleveland, Toledo, Cincy, Akron or Dayton, but many local police are doing saturation patrols (where they have several officers posted in high traffic areas).
Designate your driver now or start 2014 on a really cruddy note.
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After a very busy checkpoint season for Turkey Day, it seems some areas of Ohio will not let their officers rest.
We know of at least one checkpoint this weekend: Parma will have one Friday night on Ridge Road. We’ve heard it will be near the Mallchok Funeral Home (5660 Ridge Road). We’ve been told it will be from 7 pm to 12 am.
We have also heard word that Bratenahl will have a checkpoint next weekend.
As always, if you’re going to go paint the town by taking a shot for ever quarterback who played for the Browns this year, designate your driver now.
Thanks to Taubman Law for the checkpoint information.
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As we’ve grown here at the Ohio OVI blog we’ve become a popular place for people to learn about checkpoints across the state. Our goal has always been to keep people safe by promoting designated drivers.
In doing this, we have been asked many, many questions about the legality of checkpoints and what happens when you’re pulled over at a checkpoint. So, we want to answer your questions once and for all.
We do not claim to be experts at the Ohio OVI Blog. (Unless you’re talking about Cleveland Browns draft strategy. That’s something we could have done better than any GM over the last 14 years). But we do know how to find answers. When it comes to questions about DUIs, OVIs, checkpoints and the like, we ask our friends at Taubman Law.
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The great meal is nearly upon us.
But before the great meal comes the great night out. With friends and family in town, the Wednesday before Thanksgiving is one of the biggest days out every year.
This fact has not slipped by the sleuths at police stations across the state.
Cleveland has announced that it will have a checkpoint Wednesday night at Clark Avenue and West 30th Street. It will take place from 11 pm to 2 am.
Canton announced that it will have two checkpoints tonight. One in the 4500 block of Route 62 and the other in the 2900 block of State Route 172 in Canton Township.
Medina Township will also have one. It will be at State Route 18, East of Riverstyx road. It runs from 9:30 pm to 2 am tonight.
We also know that Montgomery County will have one Wednesday. It will be in Harrison Township from 7 pm to 11 pm. The exact location will be announced tomorrow.
We’ve also been told about a cornucopia of saturation points. Nearly every Northeast Ohio city or town will be participating in a DUI crackdown, so call your cab or designate your driver before the fireballs, car bombs and those fancy new shots with Great Lakes Christmas Ale and Jameson.
The following cities have shared that they are hosting saturation points:
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It’s important for us to get some information to you loyal Ohio OVI readers before we start drowning ourselves in red wine and gravy.
There will be several checkpoints across the state of Ohio this coming holiday week. We will try to update this post as many times as possible as information comes in.
For now, we know that Cleveland will have a checkpoint next Wednesday (November 27). We’ll have an exact time and location next week.
There will be many others, but we’re waiting on information on those.
As always, the information on this blog is provided by Taubman Law. Should you need help with an OVI, personal injury or workers’ comp case, give ‘em a call. They can also share their fantastic ideas on how to plan a cheese plate for your holiday party.
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As of now, we know of two checkpoints in the state tonight.
The first is in the Cleveland area. It’s in Garfield Heights tonight (Friday) on Turney Road. It’s from 9 pm to 2:30 am.
The second is in Cincinnati. It’s on the 4500 block of Spring Grove Avenue in Spring Grove Village. It will be from 9 pm to 1 am.
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We just got late word that there is a checkpoint in Cleveland tonight (Thursday night).
It’s on Broadway Avenue at Baxter from 7 pm to 1 am.
As always, we recommend you follow our Facebook page to get updates on checkpoint news as we get the information.
UPDATE: The checkpoint reported on Clark Avenue for tonight is cancelled. This is new information about a second Cleveland checkpoint.
Hello Cleveland. What was supposed to be a two-checkpoint weekend is now a one checkpoint weekend.
The Clark Avenue checkpoint has been cancelled, but there will still be one at Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. between Carnegie Avenue and Euclid Avenue. It will go from 7:45 pm to 1 am. As always, our recommendation is that you designate a driver before you head out to paint the town.
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Hello Ohio drivers.
It seems that the onset of cold weather has not cooled the local police’s thirst for upholding the law. In fact, Cleveland police will be holding a driver’s license checkpoint today (Thursday) between 8 pm and 1 am. It will be held at West 80th Street and Lorain.
If you don’t have a driver’s license, don’t drive. That’s just good, solid advice from your friends at The Ohio OVI Blog. We’ll update this post later with the details when we get them.
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