Deputies will be looking out for drunken and drugged drivers, and educate the public about DUI laws.
If you're planning to drive this weekend, you may want to make sure you're sober. The Washington County Sheriff's office says sobriety checkpoints will be set up at unspecified locations. Deputies will be working to reduce the number of drugged and drunken drivers on the roads, and educating motorists about Maryland's DUI laws.
Other checkpoints will be set up throughout the year.