Redlands police arrested four people on suspicion of DUI and issued more than 40 citations during recent traffic patrols and sweeps targeting impaired driving and other violations, a city spokesman said Thursday.
"On Monday Aug. 12, traffic officers issued 23 citations for violations including speeding, failure to stop at stop signs, failure to wear seat belts and talking on a cell phone while driving," Redlands spokesman Carl Baker said in a statement. "One driver was cited for driving without a license and the vehicle towed."
A DUI saturation patrol on Saturday Aug. 10 resulted in one arrest for driving under the influence, Baker said.
A DUI warrant sweep on Friday Aug. 9 resulted in three arrests of drivers who failed to appear in court on previous DUI violations, Baker said.
And on Thursday Aug. 8, traffic officers on a distracted driver enforcement patrol issued 21 citations, Baker said.