May 302017
 May 30, 2017  Posted by  Surveillance, U.S.

I never knew “firewood checks” were really a thing. Did you? Joe Cadillic writes:

Since at least 2004, police in states across the country have been using ‘firewood’ checkpoints to search motorists vehicles.

According to an article in the Daily Jefferson, Ohio police have been setting up ‘firewood’ checkpoints to search motorists vehicles since 2004. The article went on to say, motorists could be fined could be as much as $10,000 if they’re caught with illegal firewood.

In Michigan, police have been using ‘firewood’ checkpoints since at least 2005 and the list is growing.

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