14 arrested at San Diego DUI checkpoint in Pacific Beach

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14 arrested at San Diego DUI checkpoint in Pacific Beach

Pacific Beach (PB) is a hotbed for San Diego DUIs.  This is especially true with checkpoints and saturation patrols.  People living or enjoying their time in Pacific Beach must be aware this is an area of concentration for police in investigations of San Diego DUIs.  There are several officers that believe most people past a certain time in pacific beach MUST have been drinking.  They are looking for a reason to pull you over.  A California roll over a limit line will surely draw attention to a driver.  If they look tired or admit to any drinking the police will conduct a San Diego DUI investigation.  It is key to make plans when venturing into Pacific Beach.  

Here is the news from the most recent San Diego DUI checkpoint in Pacific Beach PB.

Fourteen motorists were arrested on suspicion of drunken driving in or near a checkpoint in the Pacific Beach section of San Diego, a police officer said Sunday.

Also, 15 vehicles were impounded during the checkpoint in the 2700 block of Garnet Avenue that began at 11:12 p.m. Saturday and ended Sunday at 3:03 a.m., said San Diego police officer Mark McCullough.

McCullough said 1,575 vehicles passed through the checkpoint, with 788 of those vehicles being screened by officers.

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