Carroll County Law Enforcement to Conduct Sobriety Checkpoint
Police will be looking for impaired drivers in Hampstead Saturday night.
Law enforcement officers from the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office, Maryland State Police, Westminster Police Department, Sykesville Police Department, Taneytown Police Department and Hampstead Police Department will work together to conduct a sobriety checkpoint on March 16 according to a news release.
The checkpoint, which is designed to reduce the number of impaired and intoxicated drivers on Carroll County roadways, will occur in the north bound lane on the 2200 Block of Hanover Pike, in Hampstead.
Grant funded through Checkpoint Strike Force, the checkpoint will be well marked and operated by uniformed law enforcement personnel. A briefing will be held at the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office Northern Satellite Office in Hampstead at 10 pm on March 16, with the checkpoint following immediately.
For questions, please contact Lieutenant Pat Fisher of the Carroll County Sheriff’s Office at 410-386-2900.