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32 arrests in drunken driving sweep stun county officials

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Albany County officials say they are stunned by the number of people who were arrested on driving while intoxicated charges Thursday evening during a series of sobriety checkpoints. Beginning at 9:30 p.m., police checkpoints were set up in Menands, Colonie, Coeymans and Guilderland. A total of 32 people were charged with DWI over a four-hour period, said Chief Deputy Craig Apple of the Albany County Sheriff’s Department. “It’s the highest I can recall. We have ...


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