Sgt. Alan Bailey says he and other THP troopers have had a busy past few days in their longest saturation ever.
"We were working 12 hour shifts and we divided up between Marion and Hamilton County and we targeted using crash data, high impact areas."
Troopers saturated the roads and set up six checkpoints.
By the end of the five day campaign, they made 35 DUI arrests in Hamilton and Marion County.
In the same time period during the New Year holiday last year, and before the No Refusal Law was enacted, there was only one DUI arrest.
"Every New Year we tell them we're going to do patrols but this year we brought extra manpower in, particularly for this saturation and I think it's helped," said Sgt. Bailey.
The new "no Refusal" law allows law enforcement officials to seek search warrants for blood samples if they suspect the driver is impaired and they've had a DUI charge before.
Only one of their DUI arrests involved a forced blood sample.
Troopers were also looking for speeders and people not wearing seat belts.
They issued 64 seat belt violations and 229 speeding tickets.
Sgt Bailey says their best number though, is zero...zero fatalities during the campaign.
"It's our goal at Highway Patrol to make sure everybody's home safe and hopefully with this no refusal weekend we done that because we didn't lose anybody on the road."