ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland State Police responded to 16 suspected DUI crashes over the weekend.
According to MSP, between May 1 and May 4, troopers responded to at least 16 suspected DUI crashes and made 15 arrests. Eight of the crashes involved multiple vehicles, state police said. There were 29 DUI arrests total since May 1.READ MORE: Baltimore Police Searching For 2 Missing Children, 14- and 3-Years-Old
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Throughout this #CoronavirusPandemic, @MDSP continues to serve and protect citizens of the state. Between 5/1-5/4, troopers responded to at least 16 suspected DUI crashes, which led to at least 15 arrests. Of these crashes, at least 8 involved multiple vehicles #DontDriveImpaired pic.twitter.com/WRBbJQ9M3N
— MD State Police (@MDSP) May 4, 2020
During the coronavirus pandemic, state police have charged at least 88 people with violating the governor’s coronavirus-related orders.
State police say there have been 278 DUI arrests since March 24.MORE NEWS: Almost 9,000 Vaccinated Marylanders Get Additional Shots Since Approval of Pfizer Booster
Editor’s Note: In an earlier version of this story we stated there were 29 DUI arrests since March 24. Maryland State POlice clarified a tweet they sent saying it was actually 278 arrests.