San Diego seems to be having a big party every few weeks. It really is a happening town. Part of the scene is usually alcohol. This usually makes for a few San Diego DUI arrests. As people plan to go out part of the equation should no doubt be finding a way to be safe and get home (as well as keep other people out of harms way). Here is to a good Thursday that feels like a Wednesday.
Sixteen motorists were arrested on suspicion of drunken driving during a checkpoint operation in downtown San Diego that concluded early Wednesday, police said.
The operation was held from 11 p.m. Tuesday to 3 a.m. Wednesday in the 1400 block of G Street, according to San Diego police, who staged the operation not far from where the annual San Diego Mardi Gras block party was held in the Gaslamp Quarter.
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Thousands of “Fat Tuesday” revelers turned out for a night of food and drink, live music and a New Orleans-style parade.
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