DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Dayton Police released the results of Saturday's OVI checkpoints and saturation patrols.
The checkpoints were set up at North Gettysburg Avenue and Kings Highway, and North Gettysburg Avenue at Fruedenberger Avenue. Extra officers were also out patrolling the area.
More than 200 vehicles were stopped in the checkpoints. Police said four people did not have a license. Two were cited for child safety seats. One drug arrest was made.
In addition, one OVI arrest was made during the saturation patrols. A missing juvenile was also recovered. Citations for no licenses and driving under suspension were issued.
Officials said they hope the the checkpoints discourage people from driving impaired, and reduce the number of alcohol and drug related crashes. The checkpoints were in collaboration with the Montgomery County OVI task force.
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