Officers across Southern California are expected to be out in full force this St. Patrick’s Day.
Law enforcement agencies across the Southland have issued a warning Tuesday for drivers who insist on driving impaired on New Year’s Eve.
It’s part of the national campaign “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over”, running through September 2.
The California Highway Patrol reports that five people have been killed statewide on freeways this holiday weekend and officers have arrested 138 suspected drunken drivers in Los Angeles County, an increase of 55 arrests from the same period last year.
Federal officials say several of the Southland’s biggest freeways are being used as preferred routes for human trafficking.
Law enforcement officers will be out in force over the Memorial Day weekend targeting motorists who drink and drive, drive too fast or who are just reckless.
Assemblyman Chris Norby said he voted for AB1389 because checkpoints are nothing more than “fishing expeditions” that target drivers without licenses.
Although Super Bowl Sunday may be a time to celebrate, law enforcement officers want to remind revelers to not drink and drive.
Law enforcement officers across the region will be out in full force on Super Bowl Sunday, looking for drunk drivers.
If ghosts and goblins aren’t scary for you enough this Halloween, try getting behind the wheel after drinking some of that witches’ brew.
Transportation Security Administration spokesman Jon Allen says an officer discovered about 4:30 a.m. Saturday that an exit from one of the terminals was unguarded.