BEDFORD, Pa. — Pennsylvania State Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint at an unspecified location in Bedford County “in the upcoming weeks,” according to Cpl. Robert L. Reed.
Motorists who encounter the checkpoint will be stopped briefly. When there is indication that a driver has consumed alcohol or controlled substances or committed any other violation of law, the occupants may be detained for further investigation.
Primary emphasis will be on driving under the influence violations but all laws will be enforced, police said.