To commemorate St. Paddy's Day, Cleveland Police set up DUI checkpoint


Just sleep where you land, friends.
We at C-Notes do not advocate drinking and driving, especially on St. Paddy’s day, when every rank amateur from Brunswick to Beachwood descends on downtown to make merry the Irish way, and proceeds to swerve their SUV toward home. And most essentially, under no circumstances do we advocate drinking and driving anywhere near the following location, where the Cleveland PD has informed us they’ll be hosting a DUI Checkpoint: Ontario St. and Eagle Avenue in Gateway, from 6:00 p.m. until 1:00 a.m. We at C-Notes do, however, strongly advocate drinking yourself senseless and having someone else drive your drunk ass home. – Tori Woods


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