Three people were arrested during a sobriety and license checkpoint in San Jacinto, including a driver who failed to properly register as a sex offender for the past 10 years, sheriff’s officials said Sunday.
The checkpoint took place between 6 p.m. Friday and 2 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of State Street and Sagecrest Drive, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
Of the 1,164 vehicles screened, one driver was arrested for having an outstanding felony warrant related to domestic violence, authorities said.
Another driver was taken into custody for an outstanding felony warrant related to a parole violation and possession of illegal narcotics.
A third driver was arrested for not properly registering as sex offender for the past decade, sheriff’s officials said.
The identities of the arrested drivers were not disclosed.
Another 28 drivers were issued citations for being unlicensed or driving with a suspended/revoked license, according to the sheriff’s department.