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Killexams : Fact-checking claims about beer smuggling at the World Cup, Arizona's election equipment and more

CLAIM: Arizona's Maricopa County announced that more than 540,000 voters visited voting centers on Election Day. It also announced that only 248,000 Election Day ballots were counted. Therefore, the county "lost" some 292,000 votes.

THE FACTS: This distorts county data. As officials in Arizona's largest county met to certify the canvass of the 2022 election on Monday, social media users shared false claims about the county's published Election Day turnout numbers.

"IMPOSSIBLE: Maricopa County Lost 291,930 Election Day Votes?" read a headline on a popular conservative website. "BOMBSHELL REPORT: Maricopa County announced that on Election Day over 540,000 VOTERS visited one of the 223 vote anywhere centers in the county DESPITE releasing FINAL OFFICIAL RESULTS DATA claiming only 248,070 people voted…" read a tweet shared more than 8,000 times.

The posts referenced a document in which the county announced that, "On Election Day, over 540,000 voters visited a site, which is more Election Day voters than all prior General Elections since 2008." The posts also cited a document from Maricopa County reporting its final election results, which showed 248,070 "Election Day" ballots were counted.

However, these claims misrepresent the 540,000-voter figure, according to Megan Gilbertson, a spokesperson for the county's elections department. The figure not only includes the 248,000 people who voted in person on Election Day, but also about 290,000 voters who were issued mail-in ballots and returned them in person on Election Day, as well as nearly 3,000 people who cast provisional ballots on Election Day. Together, the 248,000 in-person Election Day votes, the 290,000 early ballot drop-offs, and the 3,000 provisional ballots, accounted for the more than 540,000 people who visited voting centers in the county on Election Day.

— Associated Press writer Ali Swenson in New York contributed this report.

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Killexams : VPD conducting a DUI checkpoint this month

The Vallejo Police Department has announced it will conduct a driving under the influence (DUI) Checkpoint on Dec. 16 from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. at an undisclosed location.

The news release by the VPD states that “DUI checkpoint locations are determined based on data showing incidents of impaired driving-related crashes. The primary purpose of DUI checkpoints are to promote public safety by taking suspected impaired drivers off the road.”

“Impaired drivers put others on the road at significant risk,” Sgt. Rashad Hollis said in the same news release. “Any prevention measures that reduce the number of impaired drivers on our roads significantly improves traffic safety.”

In the statement, the VPD reminds the public that impaired driving is not just from alcohol. Some prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs may interfere with driving. While medicinal and recreational marijuana are legal, driving under the influence of marijuana is illegal.

Drivers charged with a first-time DUI face an average of $13,500 in fines and penalties, as well as a suspended license.

Funding for this program was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Killexams : Checkpoint Systems puts innovation under the spotlight at Euroshop 2023 No result found, try new keyword!Retail technology specialist - Checkpoint Systems is set to showcase its RF and RFID solutions at Euroshop 2023 taking place in Dusseldorf, Germany from Feb 26-March 2, 2023.Euroshop is one of ... Tue, 29 Nov 2022 23:38:00 -0600 text/html https://www.sourcesecurity.com/news/checkpoint-systems-innovation-spotlight-euroshop-2023-co-3268-ga.1669780882.html Killexams : Denver Begins Construction of Second New Security Checkpoint

Denver International Airport (DEN) has officially begun construction of the second new security checkpoint on Level 6 on the northeast side of the Jeppesen Terminal as part of the Great Hall Completion, the final phase of the airport’s Great Hall Project. 

“Earlier this year, we received approval from Denver City Council to move forward on the $1.3 billion Great Hall Completion which will fulfill our original vision for the project by building the second new security checkpoint on Level 6 and constructing and modernizing the remaining ticket lobbies amongst other improvements,” said DEN CEO Phil Washington. “This is a significant milestone as we look to bring an enhanced and more efficient security experience to our passengers.” 

All security checkpoints will remain operational during construction and there will always be a corridor open to access the north end of the terminal as well as the Bridge Security. Passengers are strongly encouraged to check live TSA wait times on FlyDenver.com to help them choose the most efficient checkpoint. 

Read more at Denver International Airport

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Killexams : DUI checkpoint in Yuba City scheduled tonight

Between 7 p.m. and 1 a.m. tonight, Yuba City Police Department will hold a DUI checkpoint at a “central location” within Yuba City. 

Officials said that checkpoints are determined by data showing where incidents of impaired driving are likely to occur. Checkpoints are established to promote public safety by monitoring impaired drivers and taking them off the road. 

“Impaired drivers put others on the road at significant risk,” Sgt. Dennis Hauck said in a statement. “Any prevention measures that reduce the number of impaired drivers on our roads significantly improves traffic safety.”

Officials are urging the public to be aware that impaired driving is not exclusively related to alcohol. Other substances including some prescription medications and over-the-counter drugs can interfere with driving. While medicinal and recreational marijuana may be legal in California, driving under the influence of marijuana is illegal.

Drivers charged with a first-time DUI face an average of $13,500 in fines and penalties,

as well as a suspended license, officials said.

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Killexams : Gun seized from East St. Louis High School checkpoint, arrest made

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. – One person is in custody after attempting to bring a gun into East St. Louis High School on Tuesday morning.

In a message to parents via Facebook, district officials noted that the gun was seized at a student checkpoint Tuesday morning. That said, officials shared that there were not any reported threats made to the school or anyone at it prior to the incident.

“Please know that student and staff safety is our number one priority. School District 189 security staff and administrators work with local law enforcement to ensure that our campuses are safe during the school day,” said East St. Louis Superintendent Arthur R. Culver.

Police did not disclose any details on the person arrested, and criminal charges have not yet been announced.

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Killexams : 66 fines issued to motorcyclists near Woodlands Checkpoint for emissions, other offences

SINGAPORE: A total of 66 fines were issued to motorcyclists near Woodlands Checkpoint for various vehicular offences, including smoke emissions, during an enforcement blitz on Monday (Nov 28).

Twenty-five of them were caught for excessive noise emissions, four did not meet smoke emission standards and 24 failed to comply with regulatory requirements such as improper licence plates.

Thirteen were found to be riding without a valid licence and using a motor vehicle without insurance coverage. 

The enforcement operation was jointly carried out by the National Environment Agency (NEA), the Singapore Police Force (SPF) and the Land Transport Authority (LTA).

It is part of efforts to "remind motorists to adhere to our environmental and road safety regulations", said the three agencies in a joint media release.

"NEA, SPF and LTA will continue to conduct regular enforcement and enforcement blitzes against errant motorists."

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Killexams : Checkpoint set up before Khaleda’s Gulshan residence

Police have set up a checkpoint in front of BNP Chairperson Khaleda Zia's Gulshan residence in the city tonight.

Syrul Kabir Khan, a staff of the chairperson's media wing, confirmed this to The Daily Star.

Abdul Ahad, deputy commissioner (Gulshan division) of Dhaka Metropolitan Police, said as part of a drive, the number of police checkpoint was increased in Gulshan area.

"Police started setting up checkpoints in different areas of Gulshan tonight. It's part of a special drive to arrest drug peddlers, militants and criminal," the police official told this newspaper.

The Police Headquarters earlier directed the field-level officials to carry out a 15-day special drive across the country from December 1 to ward off any untoward incident ahead of the Victory Day.

Chiefs of all police units and superintendents of police in all districts have been asked to conduct the drive between December 1 and 15, according to an order sent by the operations wing of the PHQ on November 29.

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Killexams : Palestinian car thief crashes through Ben Gurion Airport checkpoint, is shot: police

A suspected Palestinian car thief crashed a stolen vehicle through a checkpoint at the entrance of Ben Gurion Airport on Sunday morning, before he was shot by guards opening fire in response, police said in a statement.

It was the third such incident within a number of weeks.

The suspect was lightly wounded in the shooting, and police said he would be questioned after receiving medical treatment.

Police said the suspect, who had illegally entered Israel from the West Bank, stole a car from the central region of the country and drove toward the airport.

Guards at the airport noticed the car as it approached at high speed before ramming through the checkpoint and driving on the wrong side of the road.

Airport security responded by opening fire and deploying roadblocks.

Police said that the driver had endangered the safety of the guards and the general public.

Footage circulated on social media apparently showed passengers at the airport’s international terminal who were asked to lie on the ground during the course of the incident.

Ziv Hayat, who was in the terminal, told Channel 12 news that there was initial panic when the incident began.

“We didn’t know exactly what had happened so everyone ran in panic and was shouting. There was a moment of hysteria and stress and everyone lay down. I was with a group of American tourists who didn’t understand what was happening, so I had to explain it to them,” he said. “The incident ended after 20 minutes, and we were told that we could get up and continue as normal.”

There was a similar incident on October 23, when the airport was briefly put on lockdown while the suspect was on the loose.

In an almost identical incident on September 22, a Palestinian driver rammed a stolen vehicle through a security barrier at Ben Gurion Airport, causing no injuries.

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