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St. Patrick's Day Weekend DUI Patrols: Phoenix, East Valley, and West Valley

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Drunk driving is bad.

That said, here's where police will be setting up "saturation patrols" around the Valley, looking for impaired drivers this weekend, as well as St. Patrick's Day:

  • Police in Phoenix will have "saturation patrols" based in six different areas around the city on Friday and Saturday nights.
27th Avenue and Thunderbird Road
Seventh Street near Northern Avenue
Cave Creek Road and Deer Valley Road
22nd Street and Thomas Road
Central Avenue and Elwood Street
27th Avenue and Thomas Road

See East Valley and West Valley DUI patrol locations on page two.

  • The East Valley DUI Task Force will be in Gilbert on Friday, then Mesa and Chandler on Saturday, followed by Scottsdale on Sunday, and will be back in Gilbert on St. Patrick's Day.
Friday: Near Elliot Road and McQueen Road in Gilbert
Saturday: Rio Solado Boulevard near Loop 101 and 202 in Mesa
Saturday: Downtown Chandler
Sunday: McKellips Road and Miller Road in Scottsdale
Tuesday: Gilbert Road and Baseline Road in Gilbert
  • The West Valley DUI Task Force will be in Avondale on Saturday, near Dysart Road and Thomas Road.

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