That guy giving you arresting you for drunk driving is not just another party goer in an Eric Estrada costume.
Police agencies are promising stepped-up patrols to crack down on drunken drivers this Halloween holiday weekend.
In the last five years, there have been an average of 50 deaths a year in the state from drunken driving-related accidents on Halloween.
And since this year the festivities fall on a weekend, officials are particularly concerned.
AAA is also offering a "tipsy tow" service to get you and car home safely from anywhere within five miles of your house -- even if you aren't a member of AAA.
But you know, it's probably best to just leave the car at home and walk.
Jackson West prefers the more positive "drink or drive" to the finger-waggy "don't drink and drive."