It was a busy New Year's night for Lawrence Police, as officers responded to fights, domestic disturbances and noise complaints.
But nothing serious, said Sgt. Kirk Fultz.
"It was one of the busiest (New Year's) ever," he said. "It was nothing big, just enough to keep us busy."
One of the larger incidents involved two fights that broke out, about an hour apart, in the 3100 block of Iowa. Ten police units responded to the first incident around 3 a.m. and broke up a fight. Officers returned about 3:45 a.m. to settle down another fight in the same general area.
However, the Douglas County Jail book log did not show any arrests related to either incident.
In a span of less than eight hours, area law enforcement also made four arrests for driving under the influence. The arrests occurred between midnight and 8 a.m. New Year's Day.
Driving under the influence arrests averaged about 2.5 per day in Douglas County, according to 2009 statistics provided by the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.
For more information about some of the other police calls overnight, check the Operation 100 News blog