If you read these posts enough, you know how much I love DUI checkpoints. I'm not a fan of anything where police are lining people up "checking their papers" and looking for crime without probable cause.
In addition, they are also ineffective. If you look at the numbers of DUI's they arrest at these checkpoints you'll find that the police would have arrested that many in a normal shift.
Now we get to add a homicide as part of the check point process. A man pulled out of the checkpoint and killed a motorcyclist during the ensuing chase.
This on the heals of a chase the week before that police backed off of because the driver was driving down the freeway at a high rate of speed with no lights on.
Congratulation Ohio Highway Patrol and Butler County Sheriff's Dept., hopefully John Kallmeyer's death was worth it.