Driving Sober Is A Crucial Part Of Holiday Celebrations

By Bobby Bordelon

Over the course of Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in Greenbrier County, two drivers had their licenses revoked for driving under the influence, a stark reminder for those returning home from festivities not to get behind the wheel if they've had something to drink.

"If [someone drives drunk], we're going to be out there," said one officer with the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department. "That's what we're there for, to protect the public."

Read more in the Wednesday, December 26, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.


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