An area DWI checkpoint will be set to run from late Friday evening to early Saturday morning.
With Halloween falling on a Tuesday this year, many parties and events are planned for the weekend; and local and state police, in cooperation with the Monmouth County DWI Task Force, will be conducting three DWI checkpoints, one of which is slated for tonight into Saturday morning in Red Bank.
The checkpoint will be set up in the Salvation Army parking lot on Newman Springs Road from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Drivers headed westbound will be directed into the lot from Newman Springs Road and will be screened for sobriety, according to Task Force coordinator and Brielle Police Chief Mike Palmer.
The other two checkpoints will be set in Belmar and Neptune.
There will be a DWI checkpoint in Sea Bright from Friday night into early Saturday morning, Monmouth County DWI Task Force Coordinator Michael Palmer has announced.
There will be a DWI checkpoint in Monmouth County starting at 10 p.m. on Friday, the Monmouth County DWI Task Force announced.
There will be a DWI checkpoint in Monmouth County on Friday night, The Monmouth County DWI Task Force has announced.
Sea Bright police, in conjunction with the Monmouth County DWI Task Force, will hold a DWI checkpoint late Friday night into Saturday morning in Sea Bright.
Vehicles will be directed from the northbound lanes of Ocean Avenue into the Sea Bright Borough Parking Lot from 11 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday where drivers’ sobriety will be gauged, according to the Task Force.
Police have announced that there will be a sobriety/DWI checkpoint in Monmouth Beach from Saturday night to early Sunday morning.
From 10 p.m. Saturday night until 2 a.m. on Sunday, the Monmouth Beach police and members of the Monmouth County DWI Task Force will be pulling drivers over from southbound lanes on Ocean Avenue into the Monmouth Beach Cultural Center parking lot to test those suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs for sobriety, according to Task Force Coordinator and Brielle Police Chief Michael Palmer said.
Going somewhere and planning on having cocktails? The Monmouth County DWI Task Force advises that you use discretion and not drink over the .08 blood-alcohol limit and drive or appoint a designated sober driver.
The Monmouth County DWI Task Force, in collaboration with the Oceanport Police Department is conducting a DWI checkpoint to determine drivers’ sobriety in Oceanport tonight, July 10, into Sunday morning.
The checkpoint will area will be set up at Fort Monmouth’s 400 area on Oceanport Avenue. Vehicles will be directed from northbound lanes on Oceanport Avenue into the lot from 11 p.m. tonight to 3 a.m. on Saturday.
Monmouth County DWI Task Force members and West Long Branch police will be conducting a DWI checkpoint on Route 36 in West Long Branch from late Saturday night through early Sunday morning.
Officers will be pulling vehicles from westbound lanes into the Monmouth Park Corporate Center parking lot from 11 p.m. Saturday through 3 a.m. Sunday to conduct sobriety checks, a release from the Task Force’s coordinator, Brielle Police Chief Michael W. Palmer, said in a release.
The checkpoint is being set up in cooperation with the NJ State Police.
There will be a DWI checkpoint in Deal Saturday night through early Sunday morning.
The Monmouth County DWI Task force will have the checkpoint set up at the Deal Casino parking lot on Ocean Avenue in Deal from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m., pulling vehicles from northbound lanes into the lot to check drivers’ sobriety, Monmouth County DWI Task Force Coordinator and Brielle Police Chief Michael W. Palmer said.