Anti-DUI task force nets 926 arrests in L.A. County so far, crackdown continues

A Los Angeles County anti-DUI task force racked up 926 arrests for intoxicated driving during the first eight days of its holiday crackdown, officials said.
The number of drivers arrested between 12:01 a.m. Dec. 13 and 11:59 p.m. Friday by the multi-agency “Avoid the 100” task force grew 9 percent over the same time period last year, when 846 DUI arrests had been made, Avoid the 100 coordinator and Glendora police Senior Community Service Officer Wendy Brewer said in a written statement.
The task force, which gets its name from the roughly 100 law enforcement agencies and stations participating, will continue its additional anti-DUI enforcement campaign through Jan. 1.

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