Roseville Police are planning to conduct a sobriety check point Friday night. They won’t say where it’ll be. But spokeswoman Dee Dee Gunther says it’s at a spot where they’ve made a lot of arrests for DUI crashes.
"When we look for a good site to conduct a sobriety check point we always look at the collision history for that area and we look to see if there have been a number of collisions involving alcohol or other drugs and we also look at areas where we’ve arrested a fair number of DUI drivers."
She says Roseville police have seen a slight increase in alcohol collisions this year.
Yolo County law enforcement officers also plan to hold a DUI checkpoint Friday night. They say it’ll be in Woodland.