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DUI Checkpoints, Patrols in Lower Merion This Weekend

A PennDOT grant is funding the extra attention.

Lower Merion police are conducting checkpoints and roving patrols Friday, Oct. 19, through Sunday, Oct. 21, to combat drunken driving, the township announced.

As usual, the extra police coverage is funded by a PennDOT grant.

For questions about how and where DUI enforcement is conducted, call 610-649-1000, the non-emergency phone number for township police.

David M. Dillon,DMD October 19, 2012 at 07:55 PM
So, out of curiosity I called and asked where the checkpoints were going to be this weekend. It's my understanding that they are supposed to make that public info. After inquiring, the officer answering the phone asked me my name and then put into a vm for someone that said they would be out of the office until Tuesday. I just found it kinda funny.

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