Kentucky State Police continue to enforce the law and apprehend individuals caught breaking the law.
Last month, state troopers in post-2 arrested 33 impaired drivers, issued a total of 1,744 citations, including 652 speeding tickets and responded to 896 calls for service and assisted 161 stranded motorists.
State Police also opened 54 criminal cases, which resulted in 131 criminal arrests.
KSP reports there were three fatal wrecks, with two of the fatalities occurring in Hopkins County and occurring in Christian County and police say none of the victims were wearing their seatbelts.
State troopers assigned to the post-2 enforce the law in Hopkins, Christian, Caldwell, Crittenden, Webster, Muhlenberg and Todd Counties and will continue to conduct traffic safety checkpoints in those counties.
State Police say at these checkpoints, troopers will be targeting impaired drivers, checking for properly restrained adults and children and will look for any other violations.