Republican Representative Glen Bradley introduced a bill to put a stop to police checking stations (HB375). Any roadblocks would have to have the purpose of finding a person who is named in an arrest warrant. But a driver could be stopped if the person committed an implied consent offense and had been warned by an officer at the roadblock and the driver tried to leave without consent of the officer. In a roadblock just this week in Wake County deputies arrested 18 people accused of driving drunk. They also found three people with outstanding warrants and charged several others with various violations, including felony drug violations.