NORTH COVENTRY PA – A five-hour sobriety check-point hosted throughout Friday and Saturday (Sept. 3-4, 2021) in a single day hours by the North Coventry Police Division, on the intersection of Route 100 and Lenape Crossing, resulted in two arrests, the issuance of 5 site visitors citations, and a driver’s warning, it reported Saturday.
The division’s CrimeWatch website said that, in the course of the operation, taking part members of a multi-jurisdictional workforce of cops arrested one particular person for driving below the affect, and an second particular person who was needed on an impressive warrant in a separate and unrelated incident.
Moreover, 4 citations had been issued to drivers working autos with expired inspections, and one to a person driving with a suspended license. One driver acquired a written warning for an expired inspection.
Salaries for officers’ work carried out in the course of the check-point are being paid to their respective departments with cash distributed below a Pennsylvania Division of Transportation “Group DUI” grant, the report famous.