BALTIMORE (WJZ/AP) — Maryland State Police say more than 180 people were charged with impaired driving during the holiday week.

According to authorities, troopers made more than 10,000 traffic stops between Dec. 23, 2017 and Jan. 1, 2018. This led to 264 arrests that include 183 impaired driving arrests, 125 criminal offense arrests and 139 people who were found to be wanted on warrants.

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Troopers issued more than 6,500 citations, more than 7,500 warnings and nearly 1,500 safety equipment repair orders.

Also during that time, state police responded to more than 1,000 crashes, including five fatal crashes.

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