388 arrests were made so far during the rally compared to 296 in 2016 . Police say their number one call is for parking violations but drinking and driving and drug possession have also been a heavy concern.
The Sturgis Chief of Police says that as things are coming to an end for this year, he has just a few hopes for the future.
Geody VanDewater says, "but all in all, everybodys been behaving. It's been a good rally. Our drinking and driving is comparable to last year. It's still higher than we would like. We'd like to see zero. We like to make sure we're encouraging people if they're going to drink to not drive, try to get a ride, you know, take advantage of our bus and taxi service."
The chief also made a statement that there should be a smooth flow toward the conclusion of rally season.