Road Sobriety Checkpoints From Oct 19 – 21st

October 15, 2018

The Bermuda Police Service will be conducting road sobriety checkpoints again this weekend, set to take place in Pembroke, Devonshire and Paget parishes.

A police spokesperson said, “The Bermuda Police Service would like to advise the public that the next series of road sobriety checkpoints (as specified in the Official Gazette Notice Wednesday, October 10th) will be conducted this weekend.

“The checkpoints will be in effect in Pembroke, Devonshire and Paget parishes on Friday, October 19th, Saturday, October 20th and Sunday, October 21st.”

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  1. Jus' Wonderin' says:

    You need to give these a break bra…sers! Ya killing places in town, etc and it’s limiting going out on the weekends! Killing entertainment without even realizing it!

    • Siteadmin says:

      Killing places in town, or killing people, literally. Which would you prefer? The Beach, or your daughter?

      • Why says:

        It’s a worthy point. They want to conduct stop and searches at night on the weekend and the island’s last road death occurred during a weekday afternoon.

        Add stop and searches to increases in sin and sugar tax this year, and businesses operating in Hamilton will start to feel some pain real quick.

    • true says:

      Couldn’t deal with the hassle of being held up in long lines so stopped heading town for evening out. Visiting new restaurants outside of town has been nice.

  2. More Questions says:

    So why not just say every weekend then? Surely Halloween and Christmas Party Season and New Years also right? Is the Police budget gonna go up? More taxes again right? Sigh…