RESULTS IN: 2 Arrested, 3 Ticketed in Redlands DUI Checkpoint

Redlands police announced Wednesday afternoon the results of a recent sobriety checkpoint.

A recent DUI checkpoint in the city of Redlands resulted in the arrest of two people suspected of drinking and driving, Redlands police announced Wednesday afternoon.

In the first checkpoint of 2013 this weekend, two people were nabbed for driving under the influence of alcohol, Public Information Officer Carl Baker said. 

Baker said an additional two people were cited during the checkpoint for driving with a suspended or revoked license.   A third driver was ticketed for driving with passengers in the back of a pickup truck, he added.

A total of 142 vehicles passed through the checkpoint.

The checkpoint was held from 10 p.m. Friday through 3 a.m. Saturday, in the westbound lanes of Brookside Avenue, between Eureka and Grant streets.


RC January 11, 2013 at 08:57 AM
This just goes to show how stupid and what a waste of time a DUI checkpoint is if you are GOING TO WARN THE CRIMINALS ahead of time as to when and WHERE! Its ridiculous that the papers were able to warn all drunks ahead of time to drink in other parts of redlands or alert them enough that they made other streets dangerous to human life because they avoided the checkpoint. If you really think that there were only 3 drunks driving in the area that night then I have some oceanfront property in Arizona for you!
Timber January 17, 2013 at 04:37 AM
Well what do you expect from a temporary police station set up in the middle of the road hoping criminals will just show up. By the way advanced notice of a checkpoint is required in order to be constitutional.


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