Another night, another police checkpoint somewhere in the American heartland. The Island Packet newspaper chronicles an evening's work at a South Carolina police checkpoint, where officers had a state-owned BAT mobile (Blood Alcohol Testing unit) standing by. It was never used, although the police made nine arrests for other charges. Autoblog wants to know whether you think police should be able to set-up random roadblocks.
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