Fifty three arrests for breach of curfew restrictions were registered over the last 48hour period.
For the first 24hour period forty one cases were registered, with the Southern Division recording twenty cases, Western eighteen cases, Central two reports and East one case.
Of the forty one arrests, four were juveniles who were arrested in Lautoka and are also being investigated for their alleged involvement in a case of throwing stones at a Police vehicle.
They were arrested along with three other adults.
Also arrested was a man in his 70s who was drunk and driving around on Denarau Island while a 41year old contractor of Sigatoka was arrested in Nadi and is possibly facing an additional charge of unlawful possession of illicit drugs after he was allegedly found with white substances believed to be methamphetamine.
The arrests made in the Southern Division were recorded in Lami, Nabua, Valelevu and Nasinu. Of the 20 cases, ten involved those who were intoxicated during the time of arrest.
The two cases recorded in the Central Division involved two men found drunk while the one case in the Eastern Division involved a 19year old student who was found drunk in Nausori Town.
From 11pm last night to 4am this morning, twelve cases were registered. The Western and Eastern Divisions recorded five cases each while the Southern Division recorded two cases.
In the Western Division the arrests were made in Lautoka and Namaka.
In Namaka an 18year old woman and a 24 year old man were found drunk and sitting at the Namaka Lane Bus Stop.
The arrests recorded in the Eastern Division were made in Nakasi and Nausori. All four arrests made in Nausori involved those who were all drunk.
The two cases in the Southern Division were made in Nabua and Valelevu and both men were also drunk when they were arrested.