Impaired driving is one of America’s most frequently committed, deadliest and preventable crimes. With that in mind, the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a roving DUI checkpoint during the weekend of June 13-14.
The checkpoint will be at various locations in Larimer County and is intended to remove impaired and intoxicated drivers from Larimer County roadways.
These checkpoints are paid for with grant funds received from Law Enforcement Assistance Fund to provide the extra man hours of patrol. The grants are funded with fees paid by convicted drunken drivers and therefore no taxpayer funds are used.
Larimer County Sheriff Jim Alderden warns those who consume alcohol before driving will be apprehended with a zero tolerance enforcement.
— Larimer County Sheriff’s Office