A MOTORIST who was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving in Limerick was found to be disqualified for 15 years, gardai said this Monday.
Gardai took to social media on Monday afternoon following the arrest, saying: “Limerick RPU [road policing unit]: Car stopped at MIT [mandatory intoxicant] c/point [checkpoint] arrested on suspicion of d/driving [drink-driving]. Check on mobile mobility app showed also disqualified for 15yrs.
Gardai added: “Arrested and brought before court.”
Limerick RPU: Car stopped at MIT c/point arrested on suspicion of d/driving. Check on mobile mobility app showed also disqualified for 15yrs.— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) May 13, 2019
Arrested and brought before court. pic.twitter.com/EzWM9iIOVj
Limerick gardai’s mobility app is part of a new pilot programme being led by the Limerick Garda Division, which allows patrol officers to quickly detect rogue road users at checkpoints via mobile devices.