Jul 2, 2016 12:48 PM
Seabrook sobriety checkpoint planned for week of July 3 as response to increased NH drunk driving rates
SEABROOK — Sobriety checkpoints along New Hampshire’s Seacoast are expected continue. This time, one is being planned in Seabrook for the week of July 3.
Officials say that sobriety checkpoints are some of the most effective methods of detecting and apprehending impaired drivers.
The checkpoint comes as a response to the increased number of drinking and driving incidents in the Granite State.