TULSA - Police and state troopers worked in north Tulsa Saturday night to rid the roads of drunk drivers.
Law enforcement set up a DUI checkpoint near King Street and Sheridan Road. In total, they checked more than 220 vehicles.
Police made 10 DUI arrests, eight felony drug arrests, recovered two stolen cars, five guns and body armor.
Police also issued more than 200 traffic citations. The program is funded by the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office.
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