Law enforcers across Salt Lake County were kept busy Saturday night through early Monday morning dealing with DUI-related accidents.

About a dozen people were booked into the Salt Lake County Jail for investigation of several DUI-related crimes including hit-and-run, causing an accident with serious bodily injury and driving on a revoked license.

In one incident, officers said, a 48-year-old man attempted to leave the scene of an accident at 3100 South and 2700 West. The victims in that incident reported head and neck pains, according to a Salt Lake County Jail report.

The driver, who had only an identification card from Mexico, registered a 0.166 on his Breathalyzer test, or twice the legal limit.

In another incident, officers were called to the parking lot of Tropicana, 55 W. 8000 South, just after 2 a.m. Sunday on a 28-year-old man spinning doughnuts in the parking lot. The man ignored the officer's commands to stop and then tried to hit the officer with his truck, according to a jail report.

The vehicle fled the scene but was pulled over a few blocks later. The driver registered a 0.09 on the officer's portable breath test machine and a 0.102 later, police said.

In yet another incident Sunday afternoon, a 21-year-old man caused an accident at 200 East and 1700 South that injured another driver, according to a jail report. The extent of the other driver's injuries were not known Monday.

The man ran off from the accident scene but was located by police a short time later. The man had never obtained a driver's license, had no insurance and his registration had been revoked.

Officers from Salt Lake City, Midvale, West Valley City, Murray and Salt Lake County were all involved in making DUI arrests Sunday.