LOWELL — Lowell police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint Saturday evening, according to a department news release.
"Drivers that are not impaired that enter the checkpoint will be required to produce a valid driver's license and vehicle registration and can expect a delay of 2 to 3 minutes," the release states.
The checkpoint will be done in conjunction with other agencies participating in the Lake County DUI Task Force, according to the release.
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