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Saturday, April 25, 2015

Sobriety Checkpoint In Roulette Township Nets One DUI Arrest, 3 Traffic Violations & 17 Warnings


18 comments :

Anonymous said...



Stopping someone for no cause is a violation of our civil rights.

This is the United States not China, Russia, or some third world country.

Do not roll down Your window. Ask if You are being detained, under arrest, or accused of a crime. If
the answers are, "No", say, "Have a nice day" and be on Your way.

No probable cause: no stop.


Anonymous said...

Good luck with that. if you pull away from a cop without submitting to all of his demands, you'll be meetin' Jesus in about 3 minutes. It doesn't matter what the law says; the man with the gun makes the rules.

Anonymous said...

01:28 am,

I'd like to see you get away with that. Sounds like it is a recipe for disaster and you will lose. You'll come out of that car/truck one way or another I am sure. You are just a big mouth and probably get to shaking every time you see a police officer. Give it up already. You have made these comments before and sound ridiculous. Just some small punk that has relocated here because you come here to hide.

Anonymous said...

1:28 The end justifies the means.
It's all about control, and most people enjoy being controlled. It makes them feel safe.

Anonymous said...

DUI check , just an excuse to infringe

Anonymous said...

Yes please please please, tell them to have a nice day. so they can then chase you down and beat you senseless. Why are people in this country so stupid? If your not driving drunk, high or like an idiot they will tell you to have a nice day. This just makes me angry that citizens have to act like idiots constantly. Just like these idiots who keep getting shot by officers, don't run from the police, fight the police or pull a gun on the police and you wont get shot or your *** kicked. Follow the directions given to you by the officer, and if you feel you are innocent then go to trial. Trial is not held on the public street.

Anonymous said...

Can you do that

Anonymous said...

I have nothing to hide. I don't drink and drive, don't do drugs, my car is registered, inspected, and insured, I always wear my seat, I have no outstanding warrants or unpaid tickets. I believe all these are LAWS. They can stop me every day. I don't care. Wouldn't bother me because I know I'm not guilty of anything. Maybe if more people actually followed the LAWS, these checkpoints wouldn't be necessary.

Anonymous said...

Lives are saved each time a drunk is taken off the road. I will gladly stop at a checkpoint. A few minutes of my time is worth every second if a life is saved. Those of you complaining about your rights being violated need to think about the rights of the thousands of innocent people who die when a drunk driver decides that his or her rights are more important.

Anonymous said...



01:28 PM

I am a Vet('66-68), college
graduate, retired, who is tired
of "Sheeple" who don't realize that daily our rights are being taken away. I remember the 50's and 60's when rights were recognized. Most people think they are privileges, not rights.

And Yes, I did "try it". In 2013, my Family and I were driving in Arizona 200 miles from the border. The road was blocked for a "border check".

I told them this wasn't the border and if they wanted to "catch" illegals just go to Home Depot's and Lowes' parking lots in every Arizona city. Every time I go there, I'm swarmed by illegal job seekers. I asked if I was being detained or under arrest.

After much angst on their part and consulting their supervisor, I was "let go". I will admit, if my Family had not been there as witnesses, they may have had other ideas.

And I didn't recommend "leaving the area" without them acknowledging that it's ok for me to leave.

Anonymous said...

Wow.. so many people so willing to give up their constitutional rights that so many have fought and died for.. it's disturbing.. 11:12 you're reasoning will lead to a big brother state before you know it.. way to be thankless to all those who died for you to have rights just so you can give them up. Redicoulous people wake up.. soon police will be busting down our doors just for our "safety" get real.. these searches are done without probable cause or warrants.. us law abiding citizens need to stop being sheeple.. and for the people saying do whatever the cops say and you won't get shot.. guess we will be watching you get on the trains when the police say to just like they did in nazi germany.. sorry for the rant but the ignorance of some is infuriating

Anonymous said...



8:16PM

I am the 1:28PM and 12:39PM Veteran who believes in Our Country, the Constitution, and Bill of Rights.

I didn't move here, I was born here and admire those who stand up for freedom; not oppression.

If that makes me a punk in Your eyes, perhaps You should see an
ophthalmologist.



Anonymous said...

If you don't want stopped, stay home that day.

One bad apple has ruined it for the whole bushel. Like another poster said, we have laws shoved down our throats because people don't have common sense.

Anonymous said...

Checkpoints should be done at different hours of the day.
Those that complain must not understand how many are violating the regulations and laws.
25% of the drivers at this checkpoint were not driving
completely legal.

Anonymous said...

4/26 @ 1:12AM,

If this was a LGBT checkpoint would you feel the same way?

Anonymous said...

Let's really think about this....is it a person's right to drive under the influence and break the laws? Do people who make the decision to drive under the influence have the right to put my life in jeopardy? Or my familys life? Or your familys life? I hope all of you who have a problem with this "infringement of your rights" never have to experience the loss of a loved one because of a driver under the influence. Just exactly how do we reduce the DWI/DUI's? Is there a better solution? I realize it is not a perfect solution, but the officers who took an oath to protect are at least putting forth an effort to save a life....maybe yours!

Anonymous said...

It's a checkpoint and it's legal I knew about these checkpoints for about my month it's been on the radio they are trying to the streets safe.. Obey the law and make sure ur car has insurance and it is inspected.. U wouldn't feel that way if a car without insurance would hit u cuz then u would be screwed then u bitching at the cop for not doing his job come on ppl more things for ppl to bitch... Cops are finally doing their job and trying to make the streets a safer place to drive

Anonymous said...

Driving is a privilege not a right. You agree to do certain things when on the road! Give blood when asked, produce license Registration and Insurance cards when stopped.