State Police are sending a warning to anyone who plans on drinking this holiday weekend to NOT go behind the wheel.

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A sobriety checkpoint in Monmouth County Wednesday in the area of Belmar Boro and Neptune Township.

Troopers will be looking for signs of impairment from drugs or alcohol, and ask that if you do plan on drinking to have a designated driver or make plans to have other means of transportation.

In a release from the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, officials ask that if you see a driver you feel is driving hazardous to call the aggressive driver tip line from a hands-free mobile device and report it by dialing #77.

Then provide the description of the vehicle, occupants, a location and a license plate if possible.

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