Ten People Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI

January 2, 2019 | 10 Comments

Ten motorists were arrested on suspicion of impaired driving from December 28 2018 to January 1 2019 at road sobriety checkpoints.

A police spokesperson said, “A total of 10 motorists were arrested on suspicion of impaired driving from Friday night [December 28th 2018] until Tuesday night [January 1st 2019].

“More than half of those arrested were caught at road sobriety checkpoints.

“The main objectives of the road sobriety checkpoints are to help make the roads safer and ultimately save lives.

“While there are no road sobriety checkpoints scheduled for this coming weekend, members of the public are urged not to drive or ride under the influence as police officers conducting their regular patrols will be on the lookout for any offences, including impaired driving.”

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  1. swing voter says:

    glad my drinking days have passed….the savings alone is worthwhile

  2. John says:

    People are starting to catch on to the police posting checkpoints for parishes but then not even covering that parish. They should be mandated to cover the parishes that they advertise.

    • Real Talk (original) says:

      Hopefully they catch on to not drinking and driving just as quickly…

    • Jared says:

      How about they post it as island wide, this would allow checkpoints to be anywhere at any given time.

  3. MM says:

    Breaking the law, is breaking the law , the police should not be required to advise the public where they plan to set up. So if police see a situation outside of the checkpoint area and don’t act and the driver kills somebody , can the police be held liable.

    • PBanks says:

      If they “see a situation” then that’s enough probable cause to pull the vehicle over.

  4. Triangle Drifter says:

    10 people caught over the biggest drinking weekend of the year. Really good going. Notifying people in advance of where the stops will be. Only in Bermuda.

    • Chris Nelson says:

      You get that it is a deterrent, right? Do you know the statistics on how many chose not to drink and drive due to these checkpoints?

    • PBanks says:

      Wasn’t it mentioned at the start of all this that by law, they had to announce the presence and general location of checkpoints?

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