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Highway Patrol releases results of Miller Co. DWI checkpoint

The Missouri State Highway Patrol Tuesday released the results of a Miller County sobriety checkpoint that took place over the weekend.

The checkpoint was held between 9:00 p.m. Saturday and 1:00 a.m. Sunday.

422 vehicles were stopped in that time frame.

2 people were not wearing seat belts, 2 were driving without insurance, 2 were arrested for drugs, 2 for driving with a revoked license, and one had a misdemeanor warrant.

44 drivers were given warnings.

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