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Posted: Friday, July 26, 2013 10:39 am

The Lodi Police Department’s DUI enforcement team will be patrolling Lodi, searching for alcohol and drug-impaired drivers from 7 p.m. to 3 a.m. on Saturday. As part of the department’s ongoing traffic safety campaign, officers will canvas areas with frequent DUI collisions of arrests.

“We want people to make it to their destinations safely,” said Lodi Police Sgt. Shad Canestrino. “This is a zero tolerance crackdown so drive sober or get pulled over.”

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  • Doug Chaney posted at 5:56 am on Mon, Jul 29, 2013.

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    Sounds like some easy overtime for certain LPD officers. Outside law enforcement should be brought in to ensure ALL impaired drivers are cited, not like the catch and release of the good old boys that's been rumored in Lodi for years. How many minorities will these "patrols" cite for minor misdemeanor traffic citations and tow away?Hopefully the brain dead location planner for the dui/license checkpoints was fired for his poor locations of those checkpoints, always choosing out of the way east side locations and towing away mostly minorities for traffic infractions while sometimes not even arresting/citing one impaired driver. Nice job protecting the good old boys LPD?



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