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Roadblocks in Greenville, South Carolina

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Pine Knoll Ave At West Lee Rd by Rutherford Rd.

Greenville, South Carolina

9-9:30 PM - Often Sunday night coming from church - we are in the center of the Bible Belt with most people only coming from church. 8 - 9 squad cars, several pulled over cars in parking lot. Right by RR tracks. This time Sunday night before Labor Day. They do this regularly - I have seen them 5 or 6 times, probably about once every 3 months. I am sure many times when I haven't been there.

This South Carolina roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in September 2009.

Church and Mills Ave

Greenville, South Carolina

Asked if drinking and insurance and license.

This South Carolina roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in December 2008.

Hwy 124 north of the split from Hwy 123 N

Greenville, South Carolina

Beware of officers trying to wave you thru the roadblock. YOU MUST STOP. They will arrest/ticket you for following the light wands looking like they are giving you permission to drive thru. License and Insurance check, with questions about sobriety. Roadblock looks like a traffic accident response.

This South Carolina roadblock was added to the Roadblock Registry in August 2007.

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