More than 60 drivers at Kansas City checkpoint didn’t have license
09/04/2013 8:17 AM
09/04/2013 8:59 AM
Sixty-three drivers stopped at a drivers license checkpoint Tuesday in south Kansas City had no license or were unable to show one.
The Kansas City Police Department conducted the checkpoint from 6 to 11 p.m. Tuesday at 10475 Blue Ridge Blvd.
They stopped 1,396 vehciles and arrested one person for driving while intoxicated.
Police said 25 drivers had suspended or revoked licenses.
Twelve drivers hadn’t obtained a license and 26 drivers couldn’t show one.
Police also said eight drivers had no proof of insurance.
Officers arrested one person on a state warrant and 20 people on Kansas City warrants.
Police issued citations for seven other traffic violations and one to a minor who had alcohol.
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