San Diego State University’s police set up a DUI checkpoint/trap on Halloween night to educate the public, increase awareness of danger and encourage designated drivers who haven’t had anything to drink. The checkpoint was on College Avenue and ran throughout the night of the 31st. In total, about 1,700 vehicles drove through the checkpoint; 830 were screened and 26 sent for thorough inspection. Eight vehicles were impounded along with six drivers arrested for DUI and three other drivers arrested for license violations. In order to make the checkpoint possible, University police had to work as a team with the San Diego police department to keep everything going smoothly.
“Drivers Arrested At SDSU DUI Checkpoint” – The Daily Aztec