Task force arrests 1

Ohio to turn over results of breath-alcohol tests.

A four-hour impaired driving checkpoint and saturation patrol in Goshen Township netted one arrest on Saturday.

The Mahoning County OVI Task Force said they arrested one person for drunken driving during the checkpoint between 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. on state Route 14 and state Route 534.

A news release said 434 cars passed through the checkpoint and 18 were diverted for investigation. Saturation patrols conducted six traffic stops.

Three people were cited for underage consumption and possession of alcohol, one was cited for having an expired driver’s license, two were cited for having expired license plates, one was cited for having an unsafe vehicle and one citation was issued for having a defective exhaust.

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