WINNIPEG – Week two of the RCMP’s checkstop program resulted in almost 2700 vehicles being checked at 52 locations across the province.
Twenty five people were charged with impaired driving with five others charged for refusing a breathalyzer test.
Three people had blood alcohol readings of 0.24, more than three times the legal limit.
RCMP also noted 773 traffic violations during week two and 12 other criminal offences.
Compared to this time in 2015, Mounties set up 57 checkstops, checking over 2700 vehicles and charged 22 people with impaired driving.