Sunday, March 2, 2008

California DUI weekend checkpoint results

California DUI attorney news

California DUI police arrested two people for California DUI driving under the influence Friday at a California DUI sobriety checkpoint on the Eastside of Costa Mesa, California.

From 7 to 11 p.m., California DUI officers set up a California DUI checkpoint at Santa Ana Avenue and 18th Street and screened 145 of the 436 cars that passed through. California DUI Officers investigated five drivers for California DUI and arrested two of them for California DUI - being under the influence. Two others had their vehicles towed and were issued misdemeanor citations for driving unlicensed or with a suspended license, and another was arrested for delaying or obstructing an officer.

The next California DUI sobriety checkpoint is scheduled for March 18 at Placentia Avenue and 20th Street. Lt. Bob Ciszek said the California DUI checkpoints helped to make the streets safer even if they netted only a few California DUI drivers.