As Super Bowl weekend begins, Howard County police are patrolling the roadways and urging residents to drive sober.
Officers will conduct saturation patrols, beginning Friday through Sunday evening, keeping an eye out for impaired drivers, said department spokeswoman Sherry Llewellyn. Police are asking everyone to designate a sober driver before having any alcohol.
In a collaborative effort to keep the streets safe, Howard police officers are joining 11 law enforcement agencies in the DUI enforcement campaign, "40-on-40," where 40 officers will cover the Route 40 corridor from Howard through Cecil counties over the weekend.
According to the Maryland Highway...