Task forces across the state made 171 arrests for driving under the influence in Arizona during Cinco de Mayo celebrations. The statistics were released by the governor’s office on Thursday, and the numbers show that 50 of those arrests were for extreme DUI.
Extreme AZ DUI is charged when a motorist has a blood alcohol content of .15% or higher. The legal limit for intoxication in the state is .08%.
The statewide drunk driving crackdown during Cinco de Mayo included 224 officers conducting sobriety checkpoints and targeted patrols.
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