The week leading up to Memorial Day saw more alcohol-related citations and arrests, among other police services, than the same time frame last year, according to Laguna Beach Police.
There were 988 calls for officers and service this year from May 24 to Monday, 59 more than 2010.
Total arrests nearly tripled compared to last year with 73 arrests versus 28 in 2010.
Public intoxication arrests doubled, from three in 2010 to six this year, as well as hit-and-run collisions, going from four to nine. Drunk driving arrests increased from 11 to 13.
Reported traffic collisions went from 13 to 22 this year. Similarly, alcohol related citations went from seven to 12.
Police wrote 96 reports this year, 17 more than last year. In regards to citations issued, traffic and municipal, they went up from 136 in 2010 to 167 this year.