GALLUP, N.M. (KRQE) – Police in McKinley County have arrested a dozen people for street racing. New Mexico State Police say four of those arrests were for DWI and that they also cited 70 people in the latest operation.
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The operation took place between July 17 and August 7. Gallup Police, state police, and McKinley County Sheriff’s deputies are working together to stop street racing.