Clarksville Police were out in full force this weekend looking for impaired drivers.
The police department conducted impaired driving saturation patrols Friday and Saturday night, which resulted in the arrests of several individuals.
As a result of the city-wide campaign, 112 vehicles were stopped and 109 people were cited or arrested for various crimes.
At the end of the campaign, six people were charged with DUI, three people were charged with driving on a revoked or suspended license, 42 people were cited for speeding, 3 people were charged with simple possession, and two different people were charged with evading police and public intoxication.
The city-wide saturation patrols are partially funded by the Governor’s Highway Safety Office in an effort to keep roadways safe.