St. Charles, Mo (KSDK) -- The Missouri Highway Patrol arrested 13 people and issued 92 citations during the Ride of the Century, or ROC, as motorcycle riders call it.
Hundreds of motorcycle riders rode around the St. Louis-area for the event this past weekend. It ended at St. Charles Motorsports and St. Charles Harley Davidson.
The Missouri state Highway Patrol said five of the arrests were on warrants and eight were criminal arrests. It also issued 95 warnings, towed 19 bikes and responded to four accidents.
The St. Louis County Police Department released its statistics earlier this week. It issued 63 citations between Friday and Sunday related to the event. Nineteen people were arrested, including two people for drugs and one person on an outstanding warrant. Eighteen motorcycles were towed. Three guns were seized.
St. Louis County police said there were no traffic fatalities, assaults or other property damage crimes reported in their area related to the event.