(LANSING, Mich.) -- A crackdown effort by law enforcement officers across Michigan over the Fourth of July holiday period resulted in over 3,700 traffic stops and more than 100 people arrested for drunk driving.
State Police released a report Tuesday, stating that 126 drunk drivers were arrested during the holiday exercise titled, "Over the Limit. Under Arrest."
Officials said 23 people were arrested under Michigan's high blood alcohol content law (.17 or higher), and 30 others were arrested for drug-related offenses.
Also, 130 fugitives were nabbed; 120 tickets were issued for seat belt and child seat violations and 307 tickets were issued for speeding.
The exercise was conducted from July 1 through July 8.
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