PACIFIC BEACH (CNS) - Fourteen motorists were arrested for suspicion of drunken driving at a driver's license/sobriety checkpoint in Pacific Beach, a San Diego police officer said Sunday.
One of the drivers was arrested for being under the combined influence of alcohol and drugs, and four drivers were arrested for drunken driving when they failed to stop for a uniformed officer, said San Diego police officer Mark McCullough.
McCullough said 800 vehicles passed through the checkpoint, which was on Garnet Avenue near Ingraham Street. It began at 10:50 p.m Saturday and ended at 3:02 a.m. Sunday.
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