Charlotte-Mecklenburg police said Saturday that more than 120 charges and other citations were issued after an overnight checkpoint in west Charlotte.
The list includes 13 people who were charged with driving while impaired. Nearly 40 people were cited for driving with a revoked license.
The checkpoint ran from 11 p.m. Friday until 3 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of Freedom Drive and Camp Greene Street. Officers used a Breath Alcohol Testing bus to look for drivers who may have been intoxicated.
In addition to CMPD, officers from the Cornelius Police Department and Mecklenburg ABC Law Enforcement worked the checkpoint.
Police say they issued these citations and made these arrests:
• DWI: 13
• Driving with license revoked: 38
• No operators license: 18
• Open container of alcohol: 4
• Drug charges: 10, including three felonies
• Other traffic charges and citations (tags, insurance, seat belt, etc): 40
• Outstanding warrants: 3 felony, one misdemeanor
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