LANSING (WTVB) - The highway death toll in Michigan from the long July 4th holiday period was just 3 people this year, and none of them died in alcohol related crashes. That is down from 8 death last year. The Michigan Office of Highway safety planning says they were able to make 126 drunk driving arrests out of the 37-hundred stops they made. That included over two dozen who qualified for stiffer fines and penalties under the state’s new superdrunk law. The grant-funded traffic enforcement also resulted in the apprehension of 130 fugitives. They also wrote more than 120 seat belt and child seat violation tickets, 307 speeding tickets and 925 other traffic violation citations.