The Cal Poly University Police Department did not make any DUI arrests at its sobriety and driver's license checkpoint Saturday.
Between 7 p.m. and 1 a.m., 728 vehicles passed through the checkpoint at the school’s entrance at Grand Avenue, and 648 drivers were screened, according to a news release.
One driver was evaluated for DUI and was issued a citation for being unlicensed and being under the age of 21 while having a blood alcohol content of more than 0.01 percent.
California's legal limit for blood alcohol content in those older than 21 is 0.08.
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The checkpoint occurred at the end of Cal Poly’s annual orientation program, Week of Welcome.