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SCMPD: 64 arrests made during festival

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) -

The final arrest totals for this year's Saint Patrick's Day festival have been released. 

Five arrests were made on Sunday to push the final number of arrests made by Savannah-Chatham Metropolitan Police to 64. 

In all, 46 were made by officers working out of the City Market command center which covers the majority of the festival area, and 18 from the command center on River Street. 

The highest number of arrests made were on Saturday and early Sunday morning with a total of 34.

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