About a dozen people were arrested after police conducted a pair of sobriety checkpoints Friday night.
Officials said two people were charged with OVI, seven people were arrested for driving under a suspension, three people were arrested for outstanding warrants and one person was arrested for violating concealed carry laws.
More than 360 vehicles passed through the checkpoints in Barberton and Coventry Township.
(News Release - Summit County OVI Task Force)
On Friday September 23rd, 2016, the Summit County OVI Task Force conducted two sobriety checkpoints; one at 292 East Robinson Avenue in the City of Barberton and the second at 3089 Manchester Road in Coventry Township.
At 292 East Robinson Avenue:
223- Vehicles passed through the checkpoint in total
18- Vehicles were directed into the diversion area for further investigation or violations
05- People were arrested for driving with a suspended license
03- People were arrested for outstanding warrants
01- Person was cited for driving without a license
03- Vehicles were impounded
At 3089 Manchester Road:
145- Vehicles passed through the checkpoint in total
09- Vehicles were directed into the diversion area for further investigation or violations
02- People were arrested for OVI
02- People were arrested driving with a suspended license
01- Person was arrested for violations of the concealed carry law
01- Person was cited for possession of marijuana
02- Vehicles were impounded
The average BAC of the two persons arrested for OVI was .094.