The Washington County Sheriff’s Office announced on Friday (June 27) the dates on which it will join a state-wide initiative to crack down on impaired driving and speeding violations, according to a news release.
The campaign will include sobriety checkpoints and extra patrols looking for drivers violating traffic laws, the release states.
Everything will start on Saturday (June 28) and will go until Monday (July 14). During that time period, deputies will target drunk drivers and speeders, according to the release.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has said that decreasing impaired drivers and making roads safer is a goal of the sheriff’s office, the release states.