• News Ticker alerts

Results are in for the initial DUI “saturation patrol” targeting a Qualcomm Stadium event this holiday season, and at first glance they seem underwhelming.

San Diego Sheriff’s deputies, along with officers from the National City, San Diego, Oceanside, Coronado, San Diego State University, and UC San Diego Police departments, conducted 155 traffic stops in the area around the stadium between 5 p.m. and 1 a.m following last night's Poinsettia Bowl between the SDSU Aztecs and Brigham Young University Cougars.

13 people were subjected to field sobriety tests, and two were arrested under suspicion of DUI. Numerous other citations were given, including several to unlicensed drivers or those driving on a suspended license. One stolen vehicle was also recovered.

  • News Ticker alerts

Comments

mridolf Dec. 21, 2012 @ 4:41 p.m.

Watching your home team (and alma mater) lead for 3 quarters then fall apart in the last does have a sobering effect. And as for other side's fans; how many DUI's would you expect from the Mormon community? Then lastly, 9 bucks for a Bud light? I only had one beer at the game, and truth be told, my wife drank most of that one.

0

Visduh Dec. 21, 2012 @ 11:09 p.m.

Ever hear the wisecrack about the BYU fans? Remembering that they are mostly LDS members, it is said that they arrive in town with a copy of the Ten Commandments and a $10 bill. When they leave town, they have broken neither.

0

SurfPuppy619 Dec. 22, 2012 @ 12:16 a.m.

it is said that they arrive in town with a copy of the Ten Commandments and a $10 bill. When they leave town, they have broken neither.

Funny!!!

0

Sign in to comment