DWI checkpoint this month in Parsippany, prosecutor says

PARSIPPANY, NJ (Morris County) – Morris County authorities will be on the lookout for intoxicated drivers for the rest of this month in Parsippany.

Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp, Prosecutor’s Office Chief of Investigations Stephen Wilson, and Parsippany-Troy Hills Chief of Police Andrew Miller have announced the implementation of a joint Driving While Intoxicated checkpoint at not-to-be-disclosed locations in Parsippany for the remainder of the month of July.

Law enforcement personnel from the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office and the Parsippany Police Department will conduct the checkpoint.

DWI checkpoints are funded by grants received by the Prosecutor’s Office from the State Division of Highway Traffic Safety to establish checkpoints in cooperation with municipal police departments throughout Morris County.

The Prosecutor’s Office has set up sobriety checks in the past two years  in  Chester, Denville, Jefferson, Mount Olive, Randolph, Roxbury, and Washington Township. Further checkpoint dates and locations will be announced in the future.

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By: Jay Edwards Follow on Twitter | Like on Facebook