A sobriety checkpoint in Burbank yielded four arrests and 11 citations Saturday night, police reported.
Police screened 1,262 motorists passing through Olive Avenue and Kenwood Street between 9 p.m. and 2 a.m. for signs of intoxication.
Eleven drivers were detained for field sobriety tests, and three were arrested for driving under the influence. A fourth arrest was made after police discovered a motorist with outstanding warrants.
Ten citations were reportedly issued to unlicensed drivers, and one to a motorist who was driving with a suspended license.
The Burbank Police Department last year received a $31,500 grant through the California Office of Traffic Safety to conduct sobriety checkpoints through September.