HAMMOND — A sobriety checkpoint is planned this weekend in Hammond, police said.
Starting Friday, Hammond police will be conducting sobriety checkpoints in undisclosed areas of the city.
Drivers who go through a checkpoint will be asked to provide their driver's license, registration and proof of insurance. Those with no violations will be released immediately in a reasonable amount of time, police said.
The checkpoints are funded by the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.
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