CHULA VISTA (CNS) - Two people were arrested on suspicion of drunken driving at an overnight sobriety checkpoint in Chula Vista, police said Saturday.
The checkpoint was set up between 7 p.m. Friday and 1 a.m. today in 400 block of East H Street, near Hilltop Drive, said Chula Vista police officer Alicia Chudy.
More than 3,700 vehicles passed through the checkpoint and nine drivers were evaluated for suspected drunken driving, Chudy said. Two of them were arrested for suspicion of drunken driving.
Five drivers were arrested for driving with a suspended license, Chudy said. Two drivers were cited for possession of marijuana.
Five people were cited for driving with a suspended license, and eight more were cited for driving without a valid license Chudy said. Two others were cited for allowing someone with a suspended license to drive their vehicle.
Eight other citations were issued.
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