VACAVILLE — A DUI-drivers license checkpoint in Vacaville netted arrests of two suspects for alleged driving under the influence and arrest or citation of eights drivers for license-related violations, police said.
The checkpoint took place Saturday between 6 p.m and midnight on Allison Drive between Travis Way and Ulatis Drive.
A total of 501 vehicles were screened. The license violations involved drivers operating a vehicle while unlicensed or with a license that had been suspended or revoked.
A California Office of Traffic Safety grant, through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, paid for the checkpoint. The national administration concludes checkpoints are most effective DUI enforcement strategy.
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