Police made four arrests and issued five citations over the Labor Day weekend, focusing on driving under the influence, sales of alcohol to minors and underage drinking.
Police on Friday arrested one driver for DUI after what they called a "saturation" operation in the city, looking for drunk drivers.
On Saturday, an undercover program called "shoulder tap" used police recruits under 21 years old to pose as juveniles asking adults to buy them liquor. Out of the five businesses where the operation took place, two men and one woman were arrested and released for suspicion of buying alcohol for minors.
On Sunday, two officers focused on finding minors drinking alcohol. As a result of that effort, four minors and one adult were cited for being under the influence, urinating in public, fighting and a minor in possession of alcohol. worked a special detail focusing on underage drinking. A total of four juveniles and one adult were contacted/cited for a variety of alcohol related offenses such as being under the influence, urinating in public, fighting and minor in possession of alcohol.