An average of 1.8 arrests for drunk driving each day since the start of April.
It’s the latest data provided by police highlighting a growing trend of lawlessness on Cayman’s roads.
Police arrested 32 drivers on suspicion of driving under the influence since 1 April, according to an RCIPS press release.
Police detailed two particular incidents, including a man driving 58 miles per hour along a 25-mile per hour stretch of West Bay Road and another who ran off the road while trying to avoid a road block.
Police say they’ve also issued 136 speeding tickets and 94 tickets for excessive tint since the start of the month.