Regina Police continue their stop checks around the Queen City and motorists can expect to be pulled over.
According to the Regina Police Traffic Unit, the high-visibility check stops may be working after quite a few roadside screening devices were given to drivers.
Police say most motorists have passed Saturday night.
But later Saturday evening, Regina Police say one driver was cited for blowing a “warn” on the breathalyzer and a designated driver was called to take that person home.
The RPS traffic unit did tweet out about the reception they have been receiving at stop-check this long weekend: “lots of drivers thanking us for being out tonight,” said one tweet from Regina’s Constable Warnar.