Two checkstops led to a handful of charges, tickets and arrests.
On Saturday (May 19), the Fort Saskatchewan RCMP took part in the National Impaired Driving Enforcement Initiative.
In the Fort and at Elk Island National Park, 135 vehicles were checked.
As a result of those checks, two drivers were charged with impaired operation of a motor vehicle, three violation tickets were issued, one driver was arrested on an outstanding warrant, one driver was arrested for driving while suspended and two controlled drug and substance investigations were launched with a small amount of drugs seized.
Impaired driving continues to be the number one cause of crime-related death in Canada.