DWI crackdown planned for Super Bowl

Troopers and local police plan to increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints over the weekend.

Troopers and local police plan to increase patrols

Troopers and local police plan to increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints over the weekend.

YONKERS - Police are reminding drivers to be careful on the roads this weekend amid Super Bowl parties.

Troopers and local police plan to increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints. The "Stop DWI" campaign runs from early Saturday morning until early Monday morning.

Last year, state police said they arrested 31 impaired drivers and issued more than 1,000 tickets.

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