A police task force focusing on Arizona State University student partying made 392 arrests over the weekend, the Phoenix New Times reports.
Nearly all of the arrests by the Tempe, Arizona task force were for DUIs or underaged drinking. One incident involved partiers throwing beer bottles at police from atop a high rise apartment, according to the Arizona Republic.
This is the second year a task force has attempted to tackle wild partying around the ASU campus. IN 2013, police made more than 1,300 arrests over three weekends. The school is frequently cited as a top party school. University officials often engage in crackdowns on student partying after being named a big party college.
A total of 18 agencies are involved in the "Safe and Sober" campaign in Tempe, the New Times notes.
ASU is also banning kegs and drinking games from tailgating for football games.
Classes at ASU began Aug. 21.
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