More than 1,300 Minnesota drivers have been arrested for DWI so far as part of a December statewide enforcement campaign. State officials says the goal is to decrease those numbers. The Office of Traffic Safety’s Jean Ryan says they’d prefer if no one was arrested and everybody made a decision not to drive impaired. She says a DWI arrest will ruin your holiday and could cost you your driver’s license and several thousand dollars. Twenty-eight people were killed in drunken driving crashes over the last three Decembers in Minnesota.