Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Makes 591 Traffic Stops During DUI Saturation Patrol from Delray Beach to Jupiter

During the evening enforcement 591 Traffic Stops were made and resulted in 15 DUI Arrests, 14 Misdemeanor Arrests, 55 Criminal Traffic Violations, 361 Traffic Citations, 389 Traffic Warnings. File photo.

PALM BEACH, FL – On Friday, September 20, 2019, Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office Deputies and DUI Enforcement Units conducted a Traffic and DUI Saturation Patrol on various main roadways within Palm Beach County between Delray Beach to Jupiter.

During the evening enforcement which was held between the hours of 6:00 pm to 3:00 am, 591 Traffic Stops were made and resulted in the following activity:

  • 15 DUI Arrests
  • 14 Misdemeanor Arrests
  • 55 Criminal Traffic Violations
  • 361 Traffic Citations
  • 389 Traffic Warnings  

The goal of this operation was to apprehend drivers who operate their vehicles while under the influence and/or drive in a reckless/unsafe manner.


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Agencies that participated in the operation where:

  • Jupiter Inlet Colony Police Department
  • Jupiter Police Department
  • Tequesta Police Department
  • Riviera Beach Police Department
  • Palm Beach Gardens Police Department
  • West Palm Beach Police Department
  • Boynton Beach Police Department
  • Delray Beach Police Department
  • Florida Highway Patrol
  • Palm Springs Police Department      

The area of operation was from S.R. 706 (Indiantown Road) to S.R. 806 (Atlantic Avenue) and from S.R. 7 (U.S. 441) to U.S. Highway 1.


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