BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET) — Bakersfield cops will conduct a DUI and driver’s license checkpoint tonight at an undisclosed location.
The division mentioned the checkpoint might be arrange between 7 p.m. Saturday by 2 a.m. Sunday looking out for impaired and unlicensed drivers.
In a launch, BPD mentioned publicized and routine checkpoints can scale back DUI-related crashes by as a lot as 20 p.c.
Penalties stemming from drunk driving arrests can embody jail time, fines, court docket charges and DUI courses that might value greater than $10,000, Bakersfield police mentioned.
Anybody who suspects an impaired driver on the street is urged to instantly name 911.