A sign and cones warn drivers they’ll be stopped for a check of their driver’s license, vehicle registration sticker and insurance.
A sign and cones warn drivers they’ll be stopped for a check of their driver’s license, vehicle registration sticker and insurance. Arlington police
A sign and cones warn drivers they’ll be stopped for a check of their driver’s license, vehicle registration sticker and insurance. Arlington police

Arlington police checkpoint shows how times have changed

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