IMPERIAL BEACH (CNS) – Sheriff’s deputies cited 17 motorists with a suspended or invalid driver’s license under a checkpoint and two vehicles were towed, officials said Saturday.
Deputies from the Imperial Beach station in the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department conducted the checkpoint Friday in block 900 of Palm Avenue, Sgt. Said Samuel Lizarraga.
Of the 1,264 vehicles that passed the checkpoint, 1,228 were contacted and 38 cars were sent for secondary inspection for further evaluation, the sergeant said. No sobriety tests were performed in the field and there were no arrests of DUI alcohol.
Funding for the checkpoint was provided by a grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
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