Halloween is a time for friends and family to enjoy candy, costumes, and memory-making. Tragically, it’s also a time for celebrations involving alcohol, and, all too often, driving.

Sobriety checkpoints and roving DUI patrols will be conducted in Adams, Lancaster, and York counties as part of the Center for Traffic Safety’s Impaired Driving Program, according to a release from the center. Law enforcement agencies throughout Pennsylvania are joining the national crackdown on impaired drivers with an aggressive Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over enforcement blitz that began on Oct. 21 and will run through Oct. 31.

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