Might 26—Dunmore-based state police Troop R plans to conduct DUI sobriety checkpoints and DUI roving patrols through the Memorial Day weekend to assist shield the general public from intoxicated drivers.
The checkpoints and patrols will happen Friday via Monday.
The state police reminds motorists that DUI is a misdemeanor offense in Pennsylvania.
Penalties can vary from a $300 tremendous with six months of probation to fines of as much as $5,000 and jail time of as much as 5 years. Sentences may embody a license suspension as much as 18 months, necessary alcohol freeway security training and an ignition interlock system.
— STAFF REPORT