DUI Checkpoint Confirmed for Tomorrow – Concord

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Law enforcement throughout Contra Costa County will be cracking down on drunk drivers tomorrow. As part of the Avoid the 25, the anti-DUI task force will deploy officers countywide to arrest drunk drivers and keep the public aware of the dangers of driving while impaired.

People making plans for weekend trips and parties are encouraged to use a designated sober driver to prevent arrests or accidents. Drive safe and be responsible.

There is a DUI checkpoint tomorrow, Saturday Dec 21st in Concord (9:00pm – 3:30am) on Concord Ave, just East of Market St, in front of Chili’s Restaurant.

If you would like to updated on DUI checkpoints in Contra Costa, it’s HIGHLY recommended that you joining our email list, Facebook page, twitter feed or bookmark us and check back often! We will continue to make people of Contra Costa County aware of DUI Checkpoints, Smog Checkpoints, Saturation Patrols, and other travel related events. As far as we know, DiabloReporter.com is the ONLY site that gives out specific times and locations of checkpoints in the County.

To report a checkpoints or for more information on the legalities concerning checkpoints, please visit or DUI page. If you happen to drive through the checkpoint tonight, send us your pictures or videos to diabloreporter@hush.com or submit the info here and we would be happy to share them with the rest of the community!

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One response to “DUI Checkpoint Confirmed for Tomorrow – Concord

  1. The DUI checkpoints are informative piece, which will be known to everyone. Nice post!!

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