The Los Angeles County Will be Cracking Down this Labor Day Weekend

LOS ANGELES COUNTY – The Los Angeles county enforcement officials will begin county wide checkpoints on Friday.

About 100 police, California Highway Patrol and sheriff’s stations known collectively as the “Avoid the 100 Task Force” will be out in force through Labor Day in search of those who choose to drive while drunk or high, Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said in a written statement.

Agencies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to the Pasadena Police Department will take part in the effort.

San Gabriel Valley-area checkpoints to be held during the crackdown include:  Pasadena, San Gabriel, Baldwin Park, South Pasadena, Norwalk, West Covina, Altadena and Santa Fe Springs.