Saturday's DUI/driver's license checkpoint netted 12 arrests, including six for driving under the influence, according to the Lodi Police Department. The checkpoint was conducted on Cherokee Lane between Vine and Poplar streets.
Of other the arrests made, three were for outstanding warrants and two were apprehended for burglarizing the Kmart moments after the checkpoint opened, police said.
The police department also towed 25 vehicles, 16 of which were impounded for 30 days because the driver was operating the vehicle without a license or with a suspended one. Twenty-five citations were issued and 17 field sobriety tests were conducted.
Saturday's checkpoint was funded by an Office of Traffic Safety grant.
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