Monday, September 3, 2012

7 California DUI arrests at checkpoints in Encinitas and Imperial Beach and no drunk driving arrests in Santee, Labor Day Weekend Attorneys announce.

On Sunday, 9-2-12, San Diego County California Avoid 14 Task Force staged a DUI sobriety checkpoint at apx. 8756 Mast Blvd in the City of Santee:

16 vehicles were sent into secondary DUI screening.

1 field sobriety test was administered on a San Diego driver.

No arrests were made for DUI so no lawyer will be needed.

At Palm Av & 9th St, Imperial Beach, California DUI cops from the Imperial Beach Sheriff’s station conducted a driving under the influence/driver’s license Checkpoint on Saturday, September 01, 2012 from 8:30 PM to 2:30 AM:



VEHICLES CONTACTED: 803

VEHICLES THROUGH WITHOUT CONTACT: 62

TOTAL VEHICLES THROUGH: 865

VEHICLES SENT INTO SECONDARY: 44

FST GIVEN: 10

DUI ALCOHOL ARREST TOTAL: 2



On 8/31/2012 commencing at 7:30 pm through 9/1/12 at 1:30 am, deputies from the Encinitas Patrol Station Traffic Unit conducted a Driver's License/DUI Checkpoint in the City of Encinitas. The checkpoint was set up in the 1800 block of South Coast Highway 101, and resulted in the following:

Total Cars through the Checkpoint: 833

Total Cars into the Checkpoint: 396

Cars Sent to Secondary for Evaluation: 36

DUI Evaluations: 12

DUI Arrests: 5



These drunk driving roadblocks can be found here at this free listing service provided by San Diego County DUI Law Center. The stated public purpose of these San Diego California DUI checkpoint is to remove impaired and/or unlicensed drivers from the roadway, public education and deterrence thereby increasing the safety awareness, say lawyers. MADD volunteers assisted at the checkpoints by handing out DUI information to the motorists. The San Diego California DUI roadblocks were funded by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety, attorneys are told.