Hammond Police Setting Up Sobriety Checkpoints
August 22, 2014 — Hammond Police will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint this weekend as part of the statewide Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over traffic safety campaign.
Lieutenant Pat Vicari says motorists who are stopped will be asked for their driver’s license and vehicle registration. Motorists who have no violations may expect to delayed about 2-3 minutes before going on their way.
Hammond Police officers will also be conducting roving impaired driving patrols throughout the city during the Labor Day weekend.
Source: Hammond Police Department, Traffic Division