In other words . . . 9 arrests for six checkpoints might be a waste of resources and public intervention is directing law enforcement about community priorities could be in order. Take a look and you decide:
KC drunk driving enforcement will continue despite loss of funding from state legislature, officials say
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Kansas City officials say drunk driving enforcement will go on -- even though the city is struggling with the funding for it. The city planned seven drunk driving saturation patrols this month. They've already conducted two of them. The result? Nine DWI arrests.