RCMP in Manitoba have charged 22 motorists with drunk driving during the second week of the annual holiday checkstop program.
One person was also charged with drug-related impaired driving.
Officers checked 2,306 vehicles between December 11-17 during 50 province-wide checkstops.
Of those, 10 alcohol-related roadside suspensions were issued, 476 traffic tickets, 15 liquor offences and four other criminal offences.
The highest blood alcohol reading reported was 0.230 — nearly three times the legal limit.
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