The Bucks County District Attorney’s Office is continuing its mission to curtail impaired driving. This Labor Day weekend, “enhanced” roving patrols will target ten municipalities in the area.

Beginning 10 p.m. Saturday, police will be out on the streets looking for intoxicated motorists. The patrols technically end at 3 a.m. Sunday morning, but anyone driving under the influence at anytime should expect to face the law.

“These days there is simply no excuse for impaired driving. If you do, you risk others’ lives and you’ll get arrested. Fortunately, there are more options than ever for safely getting where you’re going,” said District Attorney Matt Weintraub. “Have fun this Labor Day weekend, but be safe. Don’t drink or do drugs and drive.”

A list of the targeted municipalities is below:

  • Bensalem Township,
  • Doylestown Township,
  • Middletown Township,
  • New Britain Township,
  • Newtown Township,
  • Penndel Borough,
  • Richland Township,
  • Upper Southampton Township,
  • Warrington Township, and
  • Warwick Township.