Over 600 autos have been screened this weekend within the Bossier Sheriff’s workplace sobriety checkpoint and just one DWI arrest was made.
Bossier Sheriff’s Workplace deputies, together with Louisiana State Police troopers, carried out a sobriety checkpoint on Saturday within the 6000 block of Freeway 3 in Benton.
Regulation enforcement officers carried out 23 standardized area sobriety exams whereas screening 605 autos between the hours of 8 p.m. and midnight.
In the course of the checkpoint, regulation enforcement officers issued one site visitors quotation for an unrestrained little one who was using within the entrance seat.
“The arrest quantity was unusually low, however we’re hopeful meaning we now have been profitable in delivering our public message that the Bossier Sheriff’s Workplace has a zero-tolerance coverage concerning impaired driving,” Dep. Ryan Rhodes stated. “Voluntary compliance with the DWI legal guidelines of this state has been the principle aim of all our impaired driving operations, and I imagine voluntary compliance is what we noticed Saturday evening.”
The operation was funded by a Louisiana Freeway Security Fee impaired driving grant. The Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Workplace assisted by offering a Breath Alcohol Testing (BAT) car so all chemical testing could possibly be executed on-site.