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“#yyc #checkstop Checkstop bowtrail just past sarcee,” reads the post.
Since Dec. 15, Pratt has used his Twitter account to post the location of 11 police Check Stops around Calgary, the most recent warning coming Friday night.
“I’m doing it for myself and others who would like to venture out for a dinner and drink or two,” wrote the owner.
“Lack of knowledge of what .05 is combined with the consequences of blowing over mean the odds should be a little back on our side as to avoid an unlawful search.”
Originally posted by FFS4000
I understand what you are saying, but he is also assisting drug dealers in telling them where the police are, so they can try an alternate route. Just because he lists it and with what he is saying doesn't mean that all drunk drivers will see/acknowledge the tweet and besides even if you haven't had a drink knowing where they are plotted up means you dont have to deal with them at all.
Originally posted by HellstormRising
reply to post by CALGARIAN
The argument is entirely moot anyway in certain areas. My state requires local municipal police offices to post in the local paper where their check points are.