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This article was published 18/12/2013 (951 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
Winnipeg police released the results of the second week of the Festive Season Checkstop Program.
As part of the program, the Winnipeg Police Service Central Traffic Unit stopped 945 vehicles, administering 104 approved screening device (ASD) tests. They issued 12 24-hour suspensions, 15 drive-impaired/over/refusal charges, and 39 traffic-related provincial offence notices.
The average blood-alcohol concentration result for the first two weeks of the program were 140mg%, while the highest was 210mg%.