Sheriff Steven A. Hall and the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office remind motorists not to drive under the influence of drugs or alcohol this holiday season. 

Sheriff’s Office deputies and Maryland State Police troopers are conducting saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints throughout St. Mary’s County this month, on the lookout for impaired drivers and other traffic infractions. 

Credit: St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office

Please plan on using a designated driver or a driver service to make it back home safely from holiday gatherings.  

Don’t ruin the holidays for yourself and others by making the poor decision of driving under the influence.


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