ESCONDIDO (CNS) - Two drivers were cited for possession of marijuana and one motorist was arrested for possession of methamphetamine during a Friday night driver's license/sobriety checkpoint in Escondido, a police lieutenant said Saturday.
Also, two motorists were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol and another one was arrested for driving under the suspicion of drugs during the checkpoint in the area of Centre City Parkway and Decatur Way, said Escondido police Lt. Justin Murphy.
Murphy said citations were issued for 11 motorists having no insurance, 20 for driving unlicensed and three for driving on a suspended license.
Five vehicles were also impounded during the checkpoint.
Police did not release the time Friday's overnight checkpoint began and ended.
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