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.
For a lot of people ... a day off means celebrating with great food and a drink or two. There is nothing wrong with that as long as you don't drive after the drinks. The Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Department is doing their part to keep our roads safe this holiday weekend with DWI checkpoin…
This is certainly not great driving weather. Wet roads are dangerous and even more dangerous when facing the rain and impaired drivers. Louisiana State Police Troop D can not do anything about the weather ; but they can remove impaired drivers from our roadways and that will be the goal of Satu…
Last week we heard the sad story of a Westlake man getting his fourth DWI. This enforces the point that we still need DWI checkpoints. These checkpoints are designed to make us safer by removing impaired drivers from our roads.
These DWI checkpoints are coming more often now. There is no argument that they make our roads safer. The goal of the program is to remove impaired drivers from the road before they hurt themselves or others. Here are the details on the one this weekend.
Louisiana State police Troop D conducted a DWI checkpoint this past Friday night resulting in three DWI arrest. It may seem like a lot of work and man power for three arrest; but if it served to deter others from drinking and driving it was all worthwhile. Read on for complete results.
We love to party in Southwest Louisiana and no one is trying to cramp your style. You are just ask to do it responsibly. The purpose of these checkpoints is to make our roads safer. Designate a driver before the evening starts and you have no worries. My friends and I rotate this duty.