RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) — Raleigh police said they partnered with several agencies Friday night to crack down on drunk driving and other unsafe driving behaviors.

Police did not say where they focused the operation, but it included Knightdale, Wake Forest, Holly Springs, Zebulon, Apex and Garner police.

However, they did charge 23 people with DWI and 44 drivers for speeding, according to a Raleigh police news release.

The North Carolina State Highway Patrol and North Carolina State University Police also assisted with the operation.

Police managed to seize four cars when they made busts for prearranged speed competitions.

Four drivers were even cited for having loud mufflers.

With 120 traffic stops, there were a total of 203 charges or citations, police said.

Other charges included:

  • No Seatbelt: 6
  • Operators License: 11
  • Driving While License Revoked: 20
  • Registration Violation: 31
  • No Insurance: 8
  • Other Traffic Violations: 41
  • Warrants Served: 4
  • Drug Charges: 5
  • Firearms Seized: 1
  • Careless and Reckless Driving: 2