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Law enforcement saturations lead to 8 DUI arrests

Eight people were arrested for DUI in the Grand Forks area over the weekend during saturations conducted by the North Dakota Highway Patrol and Grand Forks County Sheriff's Department.

Eight people were arrested for DUI in the Grand Forks area over the weekend during saturations conducted by the North Dakota Highway Patrol and Grand Forks County Sheriff's Department.

A saturation Friday yielded three arrests for DUI, 16 traffic citations and 21 warnings issued for traffic violations.

A sobriety checkpoint held from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday on South Washington Street in Grand Forks yielded no citations or arrests after a total of 166 vehicles passed through. The following saturation yielded five arrests for DUI, 19 traffic citations, 48 warnings for traffic violations, two arrests for driving under suspension and one arrest for minor in possession of alcohol.

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