The Stoughton Police Department is the latest agency to use a once-controversial approach to curb drinking and driving.
During a high-visibility patrol, officers watch for traffic violations and when stopping drivers, they check for sobriety.
The latest stop happened Friday night over a 4 hour period starting at 8:30 p.m.
The patrol resulted in 116 traffic stops, with 17 citations and 120 warnings issues. None of the citations were for drunken driving.
The next saturated patrol is scheduled for Saturday in the town of Madison and on May 10 in Oregon.
The program is funded, in part, by the Bureau of Traffic Safety, and allows several different agencies to work together.