CHULA VISTA (CNS) - Two motorists were arrested on suspicion of drunk driving during beefed up anti-DUI patrols in Chula Vista, police said Saturday.
Fifty vehicles were stopped during the so-called saturation patrol, which was conducted Friday, according to a statement from Chula Vista police.
Five drivers were evaluated for DUI and two were arrested, police said.
Two people were cited for having open alcoholic beverage containers and one was cited for possession of marijuana, according to police.
Two drivers were cited for being unlicensed and one vehicle was impounded because its registration was expired for longer than six months.
A total of 19 other citations were issued for various vehicle code violations, police said.
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