Sobriety checkpoint planned in Livingston Parish
LIVINGSTON - Sheriff's deputies in Livingston Parish announced they would hold a sobriety checkpoint this weekend somewhere in the parish.
A sheriff's department spokesperson said the checkpoint would be Sunday, Sept. 1, at an undisclosed location.
They said the checkpoint was part of efforts to curb drunk driving during the Labor Day holiday, and overtime would be paid for through a highway safety commission grant.
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