Police warn of DWI crackdown for Super Bowl

Police across New York are conducting a Stop-DWI campaign today for the Super Bowl.
State police will be targeting impaired driving and underage drinking by increasing patrols and sobriety checkpoints.
Law enforcement will also be keeping an eye out for drivers using cellphones and other electronic devices.
State police arrested 120 people and issued over 7,000 tickets during last year's Super Bowl weekend.
The crackdown runs through 4 a.m. Monday.