Michigan State Police are investigating potential fraud involving contract workers of a agency that calibrates breathalyzer machines across the state. The company says it has stopped its contract with Datamaster vendor, Intoximeters, and is advising officers to make use of blood attracts to find out drunk driving till it has been capable of affirm the machines are all correctly calibrated. The company says its investigation to date has uncovered discrepancies at a number of police departments, together with on the Niles Police Division and the Van Buren County Sheriff’s Division. When a discrepancy is discovered, state police say the outcomes will be double checked by further testing. Michigan State Police say they are going to pursue prison fees the place it’s decided an worker of the breathalyzer vendor dedicated fraud. Within the meantime, the company has taken the entire 203 affected machines out of service.