Police Sting: Cops Go Undercover to Stop Would-Be Drunk Drivers

Some police departments are detaining bar patrons before they hit the road.
3:00 | 09/21/12

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I -- those Friday night in Worcester Massachusetts it. A team of agents gathered planted undercover sting operation. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- That's right. These agents are -- -- -- works on the lookout for the one thing you'd expect to fully there drunks. Than they had yet commit any crime. Poll tonight is what keeps drugs off the road. We're looking for people. Not just maybe. Festival also want and we look for people. Times. You loser inside the bar. Of all places isn't that where people should be taken throw. The question is over -- to the good. Republicans' effort over the course of the night agents identified and detained several people can make sure you guys get -- okay bill possible -- -- it. Most say they have no intention of riding but police still let him in the back of the squad car. And taken to jail -- -- home. We definitely can see how it's ridiculous it's not fair if you can't intricate artwork -- at the bottom line is we get him -- home. And -- any problems. -- this. He can barely walk he planned to drive home. Police say this is exactly why they do this. I don't know what -- happened. He'll -- prevented some improvement to themselves.

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