Manitoba RCMP have released the stats from the first week of their Holiday Checkstop Program. Up to December 12th 3774 vehicles were checked across Manitoba during 86 checkstops. 33 people were charged with a criminal code impaired driving offence all alcohol related. The highest blood alcohol reading reported was .350. Fourteen alcohol related and two drug related tiered administrative roadside suspensions were issued. 662 other traffic related highway traffic act charges were laid as well as 15 liquor and gaming control act offences and 8 other criminal code driving offences. The checkstop program continues through the holiday season.