WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — It was a busy Grand Prix weekend for West Lafayette police. The weekend is traditionally Purdue's busiest party weekend of the year.
From Friday to Sunday, the department took 227 calls for service. That's 80 more than the 2017 Grand Prix weekend.
A total of eight people were arrested. Those include three for possession of marijuana and four arrests for public intoxication.
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