BEVERLY HILLS, CA — The Beverly Hills Police Division made no citations or arrests throughout a DUI checkpoint that stopped 75 drivers on Sept. 9.
The common DUI checkpoint was arrange on the intersection of North Santa Monica Boulevard and Crescent drive from 9 p.m. to 11 p.m. Police stopped 75 drivers to display for DUIs however made no arrests and issued no citations, based on public data officer Giovanni Trejo.
The checkpoint location was chosen primarily based on site visitors information indicating the intersection is a DUI hotspot. The variety of earlier arrests and collisions is taken into account alongside the circulate of site visitors and the power for a road to accommodate a checkpoint, Trejo mentioned.
“Traditionally, Santa Monica Blvd has had one of many highest numbers of DUI-related incidents within the Metropolis; about 30 have been recorded since early 2019,” Trejo mentioned.
Data additionally point out Wilshire Boulevard is a hotspot for DUIs within the metropolis, particularly the place it meets Santa Monica Boulevard.