266 motorists stopped in Solana Beach DUI checkpoint

Sheriff’s deputies stopped 266 motorists at an overnight drunken driving checkpoint in Solana Beach, and arrested one driver, authorities said Saturday.

Deputies staffed the checkpoint on Stevens Avenue near San Rodolfo Drive from 8 p.m. Friday to 3 a.m., Sgt. Mark O’Connor said.

A dozen drivers were directed into a secondary inspection area, two were given sobriety tests and one was arrested on suspicion of drunken driving. Deputies also issued eight citations and impounded four vehicles from improperly licensed drivers.

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