CLEVELAND — The Ohio State Highway Patrol will hold a sobriety checkpoint on Lorain Avenue in Cleveland on Friday night. The purpose of the checkpoint is to deter and catch impaired drivers. The Highway Patrol will also run additional patrols to aggressively "combat alcohol-related injury and fatal crashes."
Jim from ohio: these stops are not for catching drunk drivers. they are for righting citations for anything they can find. cracked windshields, broken taillights, seatbelts. do not pull over to the side when asked. do not roll down window more that 2 inches. the supreme court has ruled that you do not have to roll down you're window more than this and they have ruled that they can not smell anything inside you're vehicle if this is the case. ask if you are free to go. do not aswer questions. if they ask why invoke youre 5th amendment right. keep asking if you are free to go. this is a violation of you're constitutional rights. all you are required to do is provide license, registration, proff of insurance. those who give away their liberties for the sake of security deserve neither.
Antonio Torres: Land of the free
Carol Markle: why do they announce when and where they are setting up a check point. people are going avoid that area.
Peggy Souder Davis: so dumb to announce this. so drunks avoid that area..da
Theresa Banas: lorain rd goes on for miles. they dont specify where on lorain.