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Sheriff's Deputies Patrol for Graduation Keggers

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MISSOULA - Missoula County Sheriff's deputies want to remind the soon-to-be-graduates to make smart decisions during this weekend's parties.

Deputies will have extra kegger patrols throughout the weekend.

They want to remind students to avoid keggers, don't drink and drive and never get into a car with a drunk driver.

Deputies said if you do get an MIP, you'll face a fine and lose your driver's license.

Offenders could also face jail time, community service, and have to take alcohol classes.

Sheriff's officials said adults who provide alcohol to minors can receive a fine of up to $500 and up to six months in jail.
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