An OVI checkpoint will take place in the area this week, likely in the Ross County area.
The Ohio State Highway Patrol will conduct the checkpoint with the county where the checkpoint will take announced the day prior to the checkpoint.
Though not stated specifically by the Patrol, it's likely the checkpoint will take place in Ross County as it's being held in cooperation with the Ross County Sheriff's Office and the Chillicothe Police Department, according to a media release from the State Patrol.
The exact location of the checkpoint will be announced the morning of the checkpoint.
An OVI checkpoint was held this past weekend in Pickaway County. As a result of that checkpoint, the Patrol reported a total of 489 vehicle stops with 18 drivers diverted to check for possible impairment or drivers license violations. No arrests were made.