California DUI Attorneys need to warn the public of this action in San Diego. There's a countywide push to get drunk drivers off the road for the Fourth of July weekend. The San Diego County Sheriff's Department is stepping up its "Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over" Campaign to stop impaired drivers and save lives on our roadways, California DUI Lawyers are told.
The crackdown, in partnership with the county's AVOID the 15 DUI task Force – named for the number
of law enforcement agencies involved, will run from Wednesday, July 3rd through Sunday, July 7th.
A news conference is scheduled to announce the special enforcement on:
Tuesday, July 2nd 10:00 a.m.
Bonita Cove Parking Lot and Grass Area
1100 West Mission Bay Drive, San Diego
Featuring Sheriff Bill Gore, SDPD Chief Bill Lansdowne, CHP Assistant Chief John Antillon,
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Executive Director Steve Lykins, and Alcohol Policy
Panel Chair Beth Sise
Motorcycle units with the AVOID the 15 partners will arrive at Bonita Cove prior to the start of the
news conference. The media contacts on scene are Melissa Aquino/SDSD and Officer Mark McCullough/SDPD.
Agencies participating in the Avoid the 15 task force include:
San Diego County Sheriff's Department Oceanside Police Department
California State Parks Ocotillo Wells Palomar College Police Department
Cal State San Marcos Police Department San Diego County Probation
Chula Vista Police Department San Diego Harbor Police Department
Coronado Police Department San Diego Police Department
Escondido Police Department San Diego State University Police Department
La Mesa Police Department University of California San Diego Police Department
National City Police Department
The California Highway Patrol or CHP will also deploy all available DUI cops to bust folks for San Diego DUI, attorneys are told.