Fontana police arrest 11 at DUI check...

Fontana police arrest 11 at DUI checkpoint

There are 32 comments on the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin story from Sep 14, 2010, titled Fontana police arrest 11 at DUI checkpoint. In it, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin reports that:

A police checkpoint resulted in 121 citations, 91 vehicle impounds and 11 arrests Friday evening and early Saturday morning.

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police waste your money

United States

#22 Sep 16, 2010
Pomexico wrote:
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Really? Can you prove that statistic? Remember who has the highest demographics. There aren't many whites in Fontana anymore.
They had there checkpoint on VAlLEY Blvd and Palmetto by the Belair swap meet I was accoss the street watching and it was not about safety it was about taking cars and getting as much money as they could from anyone they can and most were white and no one got deported
Garbage

Orange, CA

#23 Sep 16, 2010
police waste your money wrote:
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They had there checkpoint on VAlLEY Blvd and Palmetto by the Belair swap meet I was accoss the street watching and it was not about safety it was about taking cars and getting as much money as they could from anyone they can and most were white and no one got deported
Sure you were.
WE KNOW YOUR TRASH

San Jacinto, CA

#24 Sep 16, 2010
Garbage wrote:
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Sure you were.
F--U thugs with a badge
TAXPAYER

Los Angeles, CA

#25 Sep 16, 2010
Pomexico wrote:
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Really? Can you prove that statistic? Remember who has the highest demographics. There aren't many whites in Fontana anymore.
man, I don't mind being stopped, but they could have at least shared their donuts with me. Did you see em? At least 10 dozen and most JELLY. I love em. Give me one next time stingy copper!!
FontanaRes

Honolulu, HI

#26 Sep 16, 2010
If it keeps the roads safer then I'm all for it! Supreme Court states they are legal..and it keeps the roads safer for the honest people that live in the area.
take out the garbage

United States

#27 Sep 16, 2010
FontanaRes wrote:
If it keeps the roads safer then I'm all for it! Supreme Court states they are legal..and it keeps the roads safer for the honest people that live in the area.
this is why you live in Fontucky because your a tard
glenn

Houston, TX

#28 Sep 17, 2010
a police state will keep everyone safe....real safe

Those who would give up Essential Liberty
to purchase a little Temporary Safety,
deserve neither Liberty nor Safety.
Pomexico

Yorba Linda, CA

#29 Sep 22, 2010
police waste your money wrote:
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They had there checkpoint on VAlLEY Blvd and Palmetto by the Belair swap meet I was accoss the street watching and it was not about safety it was about taking cars and getting as much money as they could from anyone they can and most were white and no one got deported
BS! That area neat the Bel Air Swapmeet is nothing but paisas and chuntis going in and out of there because that is their version of a shopping mall. Don't tell me that more whites were stopped.
Pee Wee

Paramount, CA

#30 Sep 22, 2010
Pomexico wrote:
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BS! That area neat the Bel Air Swapmeet is nothing but paisas and chuntis going in and out of there because that is their version of a shopping mall. Don't tell me that more whites were stopped.
hey shitehead this was at night not during the day and since you know the area your part of the problem
Pomexico

Yorba Linda, CA

#31 Oct 12, 2010
Pee Wee wrote:
<quoted text>hey shitehead this was at night not during the day and since you know the area your part of the problem
Doesn't matter what time of the day it it...paisas and chuntis are all over the place.
your worst nightmare

United States

#32 Aug 20, 2011
this guy is retarted.... wish you would say that to the right person the times you visited tijuana. Someone like me.
your worst nightmare

United States

#33 Aug 20, 2011
police are untrained and scared they dont know how to be real police, just a bunch of scared gangsters that step all over the badge... ia has to do a better job. speacialy in fontana. soon they will have a big law suit.. so will the board members if they dont get their act together. I have the right lawyers if anyone needs the numbers

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