A total of six arrests left the Police last Friday July 6, as part of the Avoid the 100 DUI Campaign.
According to officer Ted Espanto, 1 arrest was made for DUI (driving under the influence), 1 for possesion and transportation of narcotics, 2 for outstanding warrant for traffic violations and other 4 for criminal felonies/misdemeanor.
At least 51 vehicles were impounded during the checkpoint and another 10 were released to the registered owner during the operative.
At total of 60 traffic tickets were issued. Four were for driving on a suspended license, 46 for driving without a license and the rest for various traffic violations.
According to a Police statement 46 cars were impounded only for one day and at least 5 vehicles were impounded for a 30 day period.
A total of 2288 vehicles went through the Checkpoint and 66 of them were screened.