The Missouri State Highway Patrol has announced a DWI checkpoint in St. Charles County, Missouri for April, 2016.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol has announced that sometime in the month of April, 2016 there will be a DWI checkpoint in St. Charles County.
“The intoxicated driver continues to be a major contributor to traffic crashes in Missouri,” said Captain Johnson. “Approximately 25 percent of all fatal crashes involve an impaired driver. Please assist the Missouri State Highway Patrol in removing impaired drivers from our roadways by contacting us toll-free 1-800-525-5555 or cellular *55.”
The exact dates and times of this DWI checkpoint has not been announced, but when we see them they will be posted on our free mobile app.
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