Sobriety checkpoints net one OVI arrest


Greene County News Report

XENIA — Two sobriety checkpoints held on Colonel Glenn Highway last week resulted in one driver being arrested for driving impaired, according to a release from Ohio State Highway Patrol.

According to the release, drivers of 77 vehicles were stopped at the Beavercreek checkpoint on Colonel Glenn. One driver was diverted and arrested for operating a vehicle impaired. The checkpoint operated from midnight to 2 a.m. Friday.

Drivers of 305 vehicles were stopped at the Colonel Glenn checkpoint in Fairborn and four drivers were diverted for field sobriety testing. No arrests were made at the Fairborn checkpoint, which operated from 9-11 p.m. Thursday, according to the release.

Greene County News Report compiled by Nathan Pilling.

Greene County News Report compiled by Nathan Pilling.