Statewide Drunk Driving Crackdown 26 Oct 13

Law enforcement throughout the state are out in full force this weekend looking for impaired drivers as many Minnesotans celebrate Halloween. State Patrol Lieutenant Eric Roeske says that seven people have died in the last five years and 27 others were seriously injured in drunken driving-related crashes on Minnesota roads during Halloween weekends. Also, a DWI can result in the loss of your license for up to a year and thousands of dollars in fines, as well as possible jail time.