The message on Saturday night was clear: drink and drive and you will get caught.
Law enforcement stopped 10 people for driving under the influence of alcohol and several others for alcohol intoxication.
A road block was set up at the intersection of Hwy. 227 and Hwy. 22 for a short time after the Sara Evans concert at Elk Creek Vineyards ended. Owenton Police Chief Terry Gentry said they continued to have heavy patrols throughout the evening.
“We knew that there would be impaired driving,” he said.
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