The NYPD has sent a cease and desist letter to Google, demanding that it remove alerts about DWI checkpoints on the Waze driving app. […] “This letter serves to put you on notice that the NYPD has become aware that the Waze Mobile application, a community-driven GPS navigation application owned by Google LLC, currently permits the public to report DWI checkpoints throughout New York City and map these locations on the application,” the NYPD wrote.
View on YouTube A Connecticut man was arrested for holding up a “cops ahead” sign near a police checkpoint — but the charges were dropped, and now he is mulling a lawsuit. […] His pal was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of breach of peace for protesting Friend’s arrest outside the headquarters of the Stamford Police Department. Read the full article at New York Post.