Friday Night DUI Patrols in Orange County

Friday night will not be a good time to test your luck at drinking and driving – at least not in Orange County. Police officers, deputy sheriffs and state troopers from across the county will be out in force from 9 p.m. Friday until 4 a.m. Saturday conducting roving DUI saturation patrols. The emphasis will be on the east side of county, although officers will also be patrolling central and west Orange County as well, Maitland police Sgt. Louis Grindle said. "High-profile DUI saturation patrol operations have been a valuable took to law enforcement," Grindle said. "The object of this operation is to safely remove suspected DUI offenders and criminal traffic violators from the highways by mobile high-visibility traffic enforcement tactics." The Maitland Police Department and Orange County Sheriff's Office are hosting the operation, which will operate out of the parking lot at the Maitland Police Department. A mobile blood-alcohol testing unit will be parked there to test suspected drunken drivers who are stopped during the operation. Besides Maitland officers, Orange County deputy sheriffs and Florida Highway Patrol troopers, officers from the Orlando, Winter Park, University of Florida, Edgewood, Winter Garden, Windermere, Apopka, Ocoee, Oakland and Belle Isle police department are expected to participate, as well as officers from the state Department of Transportation Motor Carrier Compliance Division. Already charged with DUI in Orange County? If so, you should contact an Orlando DUI lawyer at our firm now.

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