An Ohio man has been arrested, and police claim he was driving under the influence. He is now facing OVI charges.
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During a traffic stop for the alleged crime of operating a vehicle while under the influence, the police officer may order you to complete a roadside, or "field," sobriety test. The results of this test could be what enable the officer to place you under arrest for OVI.
OVI checkpoints are useful tools for the police to ensure people who drink alcohol stay off the road. They also allow the police to pinpoint drunk drivers before they harm anyone. In a recent checkpoint in Youngstown, Ohio, the police arrested seven people on suspicion of drunk driving and an additional person for having an outstanding warrant.
A driver in Ohio was recently arrested after he was going the wrong way down Interstate 675, perhaps while under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
A police officer pulls you over for a broken taillight. While talking to you, he tells you to get out of the car and performs a search without a warrant. The officer finds drugs in the car and arrests you.