According to the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Kim Myers, CPSO will participate in the national crackdown on drunk driving. A grant from the Louisiana Highway Safety Commission makes it all possible.
I'll admit to being pretty naive. I always thought that, after getting one or two DWI citations that one would just have to stay off the streets. I guess the laws are not as tough as I thought since Jeremy Dale Brummet just got his 4th DWI.
Mardi Gras is always a fun time in Southwest Louisiana. Make sure you do it safely by designating a driver in advance. The LCPD and LSP will not need your permission to run a toxicology report during Mardi Gras.
I don't write about every DWI even though it is a serious crime. You pay the price, correct what caused the mistake and move on. That's what most people do; but when it happens three time it indicates a complete disregard for the law and the safety of others
DWI checkpoints serve two purposes. They remove impaired drivers from our roadways. They also deter impaired people from driving. They make our roads safer in two ways. The first one for 2015 is planned for this weekend.