Morris Township police conduced a successful DWI checkpoint this Saturday, checking nearly 100 cars for signs of impaired driving.
98 drivers were checked as part of the late-night DWI checkpoint. One arrest was made for a drug offense, and four drivers were given field tests to check for sobriety, police said.
Of the drivers, one third, or about 30, were driving for a ride share service such as Lyft or Uber, police said.
“These details have a continued impact on motorists and help reduce impaired operation of vehicles,” police said.