INDIANAPOLIS (WOWO): If you are traveling this weekend, a word of warning.
Law enforcement agencies around the state, including the State Police, have beefed up patrols as part of the national Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over blitz.
Officers will be looking for impaired and aggressive driving, plus drivers that are speeding, following too close and making unsafe lane changes as well as violations of Indiana’s seat belt law. If you encounter dangerous or impaired drivers you can call 911. Make sure you have a vehicle description, location and direction of the vehicle Never attempt to follow the driver.
There is a sobriety checkpoint Friday in Adams County, and likely other checkpoints for high traffic areas.
If you plan on attending events with alcohol, the Indiana State Police offers the following tips.