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HAMMOND — Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint this weekend at an undisclosed location as part of Safe Family Travels program.

Motorists will be asked to produce a driver's license and vehicle registration, police said.

If no violations are noted, motorists should experience only a short delay.

Funding for the program was provided by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration through the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.

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