Results from police checkpoint in Whittier

WHITTIER — Police screened 1,415 drivers during a checkpoint late Friday and early Saturday, netting 12 unlicensed drivers, two drivers with suspended licenses and 12 citations, but no intoxicated motorists, officials said.
The checkpoint was held from 7:30 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m. Saturday on westbound Whittier Boulevard, just west of Mills Avenue, Whittier police Sgt. Rob Hanson said.
Two cars were impounded for 30 days because the drivers’ licenses had been suspended, the sergeant said. An additional 12 people were cited for being unlicensed, but their vehicles were all picked up by licensed drivers.
Officers issued 12 tickets for various other violations, Hanson added.
Four drivers were given field sobriety tests during the checkpoint, but none were ultimately arrested on suspicion of intoxicated driving.

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