(CBS DETROIT) – The Michigan State Police has released the final totals from their Ford Road traffic crackdown.

Police say it ran from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday with the help of Dearborn Police who say nine people lost their lives on Ford Road last year.

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“Thanks again to Chief Haddad and Dearborn Police for inviting us to their detail and helping to keep drivers on Ford Road safe,” MSP said.

Here are the totals:

– 147 traffic stops
– 4 speed
– 65 seat belt
– 25 equipment
– 13 registration violations
– 35 no prof insurance
– 16 no license
– 18 texting
– 25 misc
– A few verbal warnings and 1 lodged warrant arrest

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