A review of Memorial Day weekend drunken driver arrests showed Sonoma County law enforcement officers arrested 53 people suspected of being too drunk to drive.
Police officials Tuesday had released a tally of 45 drivers, but that was revised late Tuesday to 53, officials said.
Of those 53 arrests, CHP officers arrested 34 drivers.
The arrests, from Friday through Monday, included three people stopped Friday night during a checkpoint in Rohnert Park, Petaluma police Sgt. Ken Savano said.
There were no fatal crashes but three injury collisions involving a suspected drunken driver, Savano said.
Last year, officers arrested 43 suspected drunken drivers and reported one injury crash over the Memorial Day weekend, Savano said.
The Rohnert Park checkpoint was held on Rohnert Park Expressway near State Farm Drive, where officers screened 2,238 drivers.
Three people were booked into the Sonoma County Jail on suspicion of drunken driving and an additional 27 people were arrested on lesser charges. Officers found 16 people were driving with suspended licenses and 11 people were driving despite not being licensed, Savano reported.
Officers towed 14 vehicles and impounded 11 of them for 30 days.
Law enforcement officials call the holiday enforcement program "Avoid the 13" because all 13 local agencies participate.
The cost of the program is aided through a grant by the California Office of Traffic Safety.