The Ohio State Highway Patrol released new numbers showing a busy Labor Day weekend on Wednesday.
Arrests for drug activity and aggressive driving increased by 32 percent this year.
Drivers cited for drunken-driving also were on the rise.
More than 760 arrests were made statewide -- a 9-percent increase over last year.
But there was a slight silver lining -- traffic fatalities decreased.
Thirteen motorists were killed over the holiday weekend.
That’s down by one from 2012.
Troopers say they're encouraged after the increase in enforcement.
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