Green Bay police respond to more than 300 calls during Blizzard Evelyn

A car is stuck in snow in Green Bay April 14, 2018, during Winter Storm Evelyn. (Photo submitted by Joshua Wesely)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- Police in Green Bay were busy during Blizzard Evelyn.

From 6 p.m. Friday until 6 a.m. Monday, officers say they responded to a total of 332 calls for service.

There were 154 calls to help drivers and 17 crashes in the city, police say. They were called to check on people's welfare 25 times and were called to 19 disturbances.

Police say they even made 16 arrests during the blizzard, including four for operating while intoxicated.

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