The San Diego Police Department introduced plans for a DUI and driver’s licence checkpoint on Saturday night time at an undisclosed location someplace within the metropolis limits.
The checkpoint will probably be working from 9 p.m. Saturday till 1 a.m. on Sunday with officers briefly stopping drivers to examine for alcohol or marijuana impairment in addition to correct licensing.
Police usually announce checkpoints upfront as a result of “the deterrent impact of high-visibility enforcement utilizing each DUI checkpoints and DUI saturation patrols has confirmed to decrease the variety of individuals killed and injured in alcohol- or drug-impaired crashes.”
Whereas the checkpoint’s location was not disclosed, police stated it could be chosen primarily based on collision statistics and the variety of prior DUI arrests.
Drivers caught impaired can anticipate the influence of a DUI arrest to incorporate jail time, fines,
charges, DUI courses, license suspensions and different bills that may exceed $10,000.