Five motorists have been arrested and charged for driving under the influence (DUI) during a roving exercise conducted in the Eastern Division. The drivers who ranged in ages from 27 to 51 years’ old, all failed the Field Sobriety Tests conducted by the officers.
The TTPS wishes to remind citizens that these unsafe practices not only incur monetary fines, but could permanently affect your life and the lives of others.
While 2020 saw the lowest figures for road fatalities since 1957, Snr. Superintendent of Traffic Branch Wayne Mystar has said that ‘‘every road death is one too many’’ and that the TTPS “will continue to work assiduously in 2021 to help reduce the road fatality figure even further”.