ENON, Ohio (WDTN) - The Ohio State Highway Patrol and Clark County law enforcement will hold an OVI checkpoint Friday night, May 17.
Troopers say it will run from 8:30 pm until midnight along US Route 40 in the Enon area.
Patrols will also saturate the surrounding areas looking for violations.
The checkpoint is funded by federal grants.
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