Police calls to the Laughlin River Run were slightly down this year, according to the Bullhead City Police Department.
Bullhead Police officers were out in force for the annual event, which is billed as the largest gathering of motorcycle enthusiasts in the west and normally draws as many as 60,000 people to Laughlin and Bullhead City.
There were 632 police calls to dispatch, down 32 calls from 2018 and 60 calls from 2017. Arrests were also down. Police made 21 arrests this year, compared to 32 in 2018 and 34 in 2017.
Bullhead City Police said there were zero drunken driving arrests this year.
Motor-vehicle accidents were slightly up. According to the press release, there were 11 accidents related to the River Run, with three of them involving injuries. That's up from eight accidents in 2018.
Police officers also issued 40 traffic citations and made three drug-related arrests.