The Goleta Police Department conducted a sobriety and driver’s license checkpoint on Friday as part of the city’s commitment to public safety.
The checkpoint was held between 7 p.m. and 3 a.m. at Hollister Avenue and Storke Road. The operation was one of many that have or will be conducted throughout the year in the city.
Here are the results of the checkpoint:
» Vehicles screened — 302
» DUI arrests — 2
» Driving without a valid driver’s license — 3
» Vehicles impounded for one day — 2
» Miscellaneous citations — 1
» Driver’s evaluated for DUI (alcohol/drugs) — 4
(Drivers under the influence of alcohol, but not determined to be DUI)
— Mark Williams is a sergeant for the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Department.