The Dalton Police Department has told the Times Free Press that it will begin Operation Zero Tolerance Friday, joining a nationwide mobilization of law enforcement agencies to combat drivers who drive while under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
Operation Zero Tolerance will be in force through the July 4 holiday weekend, police said.
A Dalton Police official says concentrated patrols and random road checks will be conducted throughout the city at strategic locations.
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Dalton police will be setting up extra checkpoints starting Friday as part of the nationwide campaign Operation Zero Tolerance.