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Cinco de Mayo Weekend DUI Patrols: Phoenix, Glendale, Tempe, and More

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Drunk driving is bad.

With that out of the way, here's where police will be setting up "saturation patrols" around the Valley, looking for impaired drivers this weekend:

  • Friday, May 2, to Monday, May 5: Phoenix police will be having patrols from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m. in five different areas.
27th Avenue and Thunderbird:
16th Street and Highland:
Cave Creek and Deer Valley:
15th Street and Buckeye:
27th Avenue and Thomas:
  • Friday, May 2 and Saturday, May 3: The West Valley DUI Task Force will be in Avondale on Friday, and Glendale on Saturday, starting at 7 p.m.
Friday: Dysart Road north of Thomas:
Saturday: Glendale Avenue:
  • Friday, May 2 to Monday, May 5: The East Valley DUI Task Force will be in Tempe all weekend, except for on Cinco de Mayo, when it's heading to the Mesa/Tempe border.
Friday: McKellips and Miller:
Saturday: University and Dorsey:
Sunday: McKellips and Miller:
Monday: Rio Salado, near Price:
  • Friday, May 2 to Monday, May 5: The Salt River Police Department will post up around its usual location, on the reservation's border with Scottsdale, all weekend:
Pima and Chaparral:

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