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The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office will conduct DUI saturation patrols Friday night as part of the agency's efforts "to crackdown on impaired driving in the county," according to officials.

"We are committed to ensuring the public is safe while traveling along our roadways and we want to remind residents to make smart choices, don't drink and drive," Loudoun County Sheriff Mike Chapman (R) said in a prepared statement.

LCSO deputies will patrol in areas with frequent DUI-related collisions and arrests, officials said.

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