Between July 20-22, the station will conduct a sobriety checkpoint.
The location of the checkpoint was not released.
According to Station Commander Sgt. Johnathan Nederostek, during a sobriety checkpoint troopers systematically stop vehicles at selected locations to briefly observe drivers for signs associated with alcohol or drug impaired drivers.
The goal of a sobriety checkpoint is to reduce the number of drug and alcohol related crashes and to reduce the number of DUI drivers on Pennsylvania roads.