Happy Friday Cleveland and beyond. Yesterday we gave some details on check points throughout the region this weekend, but today we have the full scoop. There will be a check point in Cleveland tonight at W. 28th and Broadview Road. The Cleveland Police sent out a press release today confirming it would take place between 8 p.m. and 12 a.m. The full release is below.
In other news, we received a call back from Akron/Summit County and they will not be having a check point tonight.
Overall, there aren’t as many check points in the area as there were last weekend, but that doesn’t mean you should go out and act a fool, as the kids say. Make sure you designate a driver if you go out and drink this weekend.
If you don’t want to take our advice, then you can call us for your DUI/OVI defense, because you will get caught.
Have a great weekend. And, as always, remember that Taubman Law does everything from DUI/OVI offense to personal injury cases. Yep, we do a lot more than blog.
Here’s the full release:
Cleveland – Today Michael McGrath, Chief of the Cleveland Division of Police and Keith Sulzer, Commander of the Second District, announced that officers from the Second District will be operating a sobriety checkpoint at W. 28th & Broadview Road. The checkpoint will start at 8:00 pm and end at 12:00 am.
The goal of the Division is to reduce the number of alcohol/impaired related accidents and to make the roadways safe for all drivers. Also, to educate safe driving habits and increase safety belt use.