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Police find more designated drivers on the road

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Sometimes, the occupants of a vehicle may reek of adult beverages and their side effects, but the police officer who pulled them over has no arrest to make. The driver is sober. This carload of drinkers planned ahead. And it may be happening more often. Police who conduct blanket patrols and roadside checks under the state’s program to stop drunken driving say they’re seeing more parties relying on a designated driver to get them home. ...

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