Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at 2:00 am (Updated: August 21, 2:03 am)
The national Drive Sober or get Pulled Over campaign, which began Friday, is in full swing and will continue until Sept. 2, a movement in which law enforcement agencies in Shelbyville say they are participating.
“We’ll have some checkpoints and increased patrols, but we don’t know how many actual roadblocks we’ll be doing yet,” Shelbyville Police Department spokesperson Kelly Cable said.
He said the importance of the effort can’t be understated.
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