Halloween DUI Checkpoints


Halloween DUI checkpoints

It’s pretty embarrassing to have your mug shot taken, but a mug shot while wearing a Halloween costume? Don’t even think about it!

A lot of you will be celebrating Halloween this weekend and the police know this. That is why there are going to be a lot of DUI checkpoints and roving patrols taking place this weekend. Click here to see if there are any near you!

Remember, don’t drink and drive. Have a designated driver or call a cab. In fact, make sure you have a cab company number stored in your cellphone before you head out so you can call right away when it’s time to head home.

As always, if you do get a DUI, make sure you find an experienced DUI attorney as soon as you can!

Halloween DUI Checkpoints


There are going to be plenty to DUI checkpoints this weekend. Don’t get spooked. Make sure to stay safe to keep this weekend a treat!


San Bernardino county
Roving patrols Saturday and Sunday

Redondo Beach
Roving Patrols
Checkpoint in undisclosed location from 8 pm tonight until 3 am

Manhattan Beach
Checkpoint 9 pm tonight until 3 am
East bound lanes of Rosecrans Ave at Redondo Ave
DUI Saturation Patrols in Harbor Area from 2 to 10pm on Sunday

Costa Mesa
Checkpoint 8pm tonight until 2 am
Newport Blvd and Flower Street


Hamilton County
8 pm tonight until midnight
Central Parkway near Marshall Avenue, along border of Camp Washington and University Heights
Two checkpoints will be held in Blue Ash Saturday night.

Butler County
10 pm tonight until 4 am
Checkpoint Hamilton on State Route 4

Entire Weekend
Roving Patrols throughout area, Highway Patrol will have visible presence on state’s highways


Newton Township
Checkpoint within Newtown Township


“Surround the Sound” DUI Campaign all weekend
Weekend patrols in Clallam, Jefferson, King, Kitsap, Masaon, Pierce, Skagit, Snohomish, Thurston, and Whatcom Counties


Checkpoint begins tonight until 3 am
3600 W. Commercial Blvd


PennDOT along with state and municipal police departments will step up enforcement this weekend, particularly for drivers under the influence of drugs.