The Newberry Police Department made numerous charges during its Labor Day traffic campaign.
Of those charges nine people were arrested for driving under the influence and another three for driving under suspension, according to Newberry Police Sgt. Chuck Rogers.
Police also issued 51 tickets for people speeding and driving too fast for conditions and 18 were charged with seatbelt violations, three for child restraint violations.
Also nine people were charged with operating uninsured vehicles and seven were charged with possession of various types of drugs.
While doing the traffic patrols and license checks 26 charges were made to people with outstanding bench or arrest warrants.
Rogers says another 166 people were given tickets for other violations such as following too close, failure to yield the right-of-way and improper lane changes.
No people were killed in wrecks in the city during the Labor Day traffic campaign.
Police will continue to do traffic checks throughout the fall but the next major campaign will not be until the holiday season, said Rogers.