A DUI checkpoint in Marysville found only one suspected drunk driver, but netted more than a dozen motorists for other alleged offenses.
Marysville police screened 1,165 vehicles last night for intoxicated or unlicensed drivers. One 25-year-old man from Rocklin was arrested for driving under the influence.
Police also booked Andre Michael Lacorbiere, 30, of Marysville for various offenses. He was pulled off the checkpoint line at Third and G streets for not having a driver's license.
Police said that Lacorbiere then gave them a false name in an attempt to hide that his license had been suspended. Lacorbiere was arrested on suspicion of providing false identification, providing false information to police and driving with a suspended license.
Six people were charged with driving with a suspended driver's license and six were charged with driving with no license at all. A total of 12 vehicles were towed, according to a police press release.