Deputies Practice Zero Tolerance For Impaired Drivers Tonight

The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office will have extra patrols on the road tonight and into the early morning hours tomorrow. Captain Sean Crosier tells us each of the 23 Deputies will be looking for impaired drivers as well as answering both emergency and non-emergency calls. If you'll be out, you're urged to utilize a designated driver, free cab service or stay put until becoming sober. The sheriff's office is also reminding party hosts and bars that serve alcoholic beverages to someone else, that there are legal responsibilities associated with serving the alcohol. Deputies will be practicing “Zero Tolerance” for impaired drivers.