Locals arrested at DUI checkpoints over weekend

At least 13 people were arrested in Del Mar, Solana Beach and Vista over the weekend on suspicion of driving under the influence, authorities said today.

One person was arrested in Solana Beach and four people were arrested in Del Mar at sobriety checkpoints between Friday night and early Saturday morning, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department.

Eight people were arrested in Vista at a sobriety checkpoint between Saturday night and Sunday morning, sheriff’s Sgt. Mike Petrofsky said.

A total of 47 vehicles were seized, including vehicles operated by motorists lacking a valid license, according to the Sheriff’s Department.

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