Donna J. Miller, Plain Dealer reporter

SOUTH EUCLID, Ohio — Police operated a sobriety checkpoint Friday night and did not encounter any drunken drivers.

But five drivers were cited for talking on their cell phones; seven were cited for driving with a suspended license; eight were cited for not having their license with them; and six were cited for not wearing their seat belts.
Officers issued one citation each for having no driver’s license, shortcutting, an expired license plate and failing to strap a child into a safety seat.

The checkpoint was at 623 South Green Road from 8:30 p.m. Friday to 12:15 a.m. Saturday.

Police stopped 277 of the 630 vehicles that drove through the checkpoint.

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