Perris, California Roadblocks
Primary purpose is to tow vehicles for city revenue and tow yard profit. City councilman’s family owns tow yard. Heavy racial profiling and vulgar disrespect to Latinos by racist Police Department. Other agencies called in to assist such as Fire Dept. and ICE.
Six men were arrested and 42 cars were stored or impounded during a six-hour sobriety/driver’s license checkpoint Saturday night in Perris, a Riverside County Sheriff’s Department news release said. About 1,800 cars drove through the checkpoint, which ran from 6 p.m. to 12:00 a.m. at Ramona Expressway and Brennan Avenue, the news release said. It was staffed by Perris police, Cal Fire/Riverside County Fire Department, volunteers and explorers. The cars were stored or impounded because the drivers had a suspended license or had never been issued a license. The men were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.