Sunland Park police to conduct sobriety checkpoints this month

Updated: Saturday, June 7 2014, 01:46 PM MDT
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EL PASO, Texas -
 
Saturation and sobriety checkpoints will be conducted during the month of June by the Sunland Park Police Department.
 
Sunland Park police encourage people to make sure people drive sober and wear seat belts.
 
If you see an officer pulling over a driver, police ask that you please remember to move over.

Sunland Park police to conduct sobriety checkpoints this month
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