The San Luis Obispo Police Department’s traffic unit will conduct a DUI and driver’s license compliance checkpoint Friday night into Saturday morning at an undisclosed location in the city, police Sgt. John Villanti said.
Over the past three years, two people were killed and 62 people were injured in 52 crashes involving an impaired driver in the city, according to the Police Department.
Officers will be looking for signs of drivers impaired by alcohol, as well as illegal and prescription drugs, and will also be checking for driver’s licenses and proof of insurance.
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