Ten metro agencies including the Edmond Police Department, participated in Operation T.E.A.M. (Traffic Enforcement Across Metro) during the Memorial Day weekend holiday.
The focus of this joint saturation patrol event was primarily on seat belt violations, and people driving under the influence of alcohol. T.E.A.M. started on May 23 and ran through May 26.
Nearly 100 arrests included the following complaints: 68 DUIs, nine driving with a suspended license, seven possession of marijuana complaints, six possession of controlled dangerous substance complaints and five warrant arrests.
Officers wrote 794 citations including 373 for speeding, 186 for seat belt violations, 67 for traffic signal violations, 57 miscellaneous violations, 32 for child seat violations, 29 for driving with a suspended license, 20 for no car insurance, 18 for an expired tag, 11 for an improper lane change and one for public intoxication.
Additionally, 63 motorists received various types of assistance and 81 vehicles were impounded.
Officers worked four non-injury crashes and there were no fatalities in Oklahoma County during the holiday weekend.
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