HOLDERNESS, N.H. (AP) – New Hampshire police will conduct sobriety checkpoints next week at several locations around the state.

State police said one DWI checkpoint will be in Holderness. Police say a review of the records shows an alarming number of accidents involving alcohol in the region.

Information from: New Hampshire Union Leader, http://www.unionleader.com

AP-ES-06-07-08 1030EDT

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