New Jersey recently released the drunken driving statistics from July 2016 through July 2017 for each of the 21 counties in the state, NJ.com reports.
Bergen County came it at No. 15 on the list of 21 counties. The most DWIs hail from Fort Lee, with 163 — a 22 percent decease from 2015.
Passaic County landed at No. 8, with Paterson police issuing 321 DWIs — that's an 8 percent increase from the year before.
The most incidents overall occurred in Camden, totaling 449. Phillipsburg saw the lowest, only 78 — though that's an increase from the 58 in 2015.
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