The California Highway Patrol held a sobriety checkpoint on July 7, which resulted in the arrest of three individuals for drunken driving, California Highway Patrol spokesperson Officer Steve Creel said.
According to Creel, the checkpoint was located on westbound Stoneridge at Johnson Drive.
"Officers screened 340 cars and conducted seven field sobriety tests which led to the arrest of three people," said Creel. "Enforcement action was also taken on three other drivers for driver's license related offenses."
The checkpoint was manned by the officers from the Dublin California Highway Patrol office and went from 10:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m.