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Yeah, the Creamy Police Department says the historic Blizzard helped them catch drunk drivers. NBC 26's Stacy anchor Breton is live in the newsroom with more. Stacey Regina Green Bay Police say they responded to a large number of calls between last Friday at 6 p.m. to Monday at 6 a.m. In total, they responded to 332 calls for service. 154 of those were to help drivers who got stuck in the snow. 17 were accidents and 4 arrests were made for operating while intoxicated. Captain Warwick says in one case, a plow driver slightly hit a parked car and reported it to police. When officers responded, they noticed a person inside the vehicle covered in snow. In the investigation, they learned that the driver, who was intoxicated, had fallen asleep on the side of the road. The plow truck tire was probably going to plow his car in with snow and they quickly realized he was arrested for drunk driving. Captain Warwick says it's a reminder to always have a plan to get a safe ride home and also for all drivers to just stay off the roads when a big storm like this one hits. Tonight, he and the police chief are praising the plow crews who worked around the clock to keep the streets clear so they could do their job. Keeping you connected, live in the Green Bay newsroom, Stacy and Debrecen, NBC 26.