Los Angeles police won’t be the only ones cracking down on drunken driving this St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
Several sobriety checkpoints and DUI patrols are on tap this St. Patrick’s Day weekend and authorities want to remind revelers to use a designated sober driver.
More than 3,000 arrests were made in Los Angeles and Riverside counties during a 17-day holiday crackdown on drunken and drug-impaired driving.
Several police agencies and the California Highway Patrol are expected to go into maximum enforcement mode this New Year’s Eve weekend.
Law enforcement agencies in Los Angeles County are teaming up to crack down on drunk driving during the holiday season. The “Avoid 100” safety campaign has police setting up checkpoints all over LA during the last two weeks of December.
Los Angeles police say they are changing rules for impounding cars of unlicensed drivers at sobriety checkpoints, after criticism that the department was targeting illegal immigrants.