Kansas City police will hold a sobriety checkpoint sometime this weekend.
The checkpoint will be conducted between Friday and Sunday and will be located in an area known for alcohol-related crashes or arrests.
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Police will alert drivers by placing signs in advance of the checkpoint.
Traffic will be directed to an area where officers can determine whether drivers should undergo further testing.
Drivers suspected of being drunk will be arrested.
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