Latest Michigan D.U.I. Stats Are Out
The Michigan State Police report during the spring break driving enforcement crackdown covering March 12 through April 7, 451 were arrested for D.U.I.. Of those 85 were charged under the state’s high blood alcohol content law. That means they had a B.A.C. of .17 or higher.
The State Police say over that time period law enforcement made more than 13,700 traffic stops. Nearly 1,200 were cited for speeding. Over 700 were found not to have insurance and 365 were ticketed for running a red light. Of those pulled over, troopers made 40 felony arrests and 325 fugitive arrests.