HOLLIS -- Police say a targeted enforcement effort aimed at preventing impaired driving resulted in several arrests over Super Bowl weekend, including a Nashua man police say crashed into a tree in a Hollis yard.

According to Hollis police, around 12:10 a.m. Saturday officers were dispatched to Pine Hill Road in order to investigate the report of an impaired driver, after a homeowner called to report an unknown vehicle in his yard. According to police, the caller reported the driver appeared to be impaired and was apparently trying to get the vehicle back on the road.

Upon arrival, police determined a man identified as Andrew Heaps, 26, of Nashua was driving a 2000 Ford Ranger when the truck went off the road and hit a tree.

According to police, Heap agreed to perform standardized field sobriety tests, and was later arrested and charged with driving under the influence. Heaps was booked, photographed, and released on personal recognizance bail pending arraignment in the 9th Circuit Court – Nashua, on Feb. 13.

Also on Saturday, Hollis police said an officer was on routine patrol along Proctor Hill Road around 2 a.m. Saturday, when he saw a vehicle driven by Peter James Gill, 26, of Brookline commit several violations including speeding, yellow line violations and traveling off the paved roadway.

According to police, Gill submitted to standardized field sobriety tests, during which he demonstrated signs of impairment. Gill was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and other motor vehicle violations. He was booked, photographed, and released on personal recognizance bail pending arraignment in Nashua Feb. 13, 2019.

On Sunday, Feb. 3 at 11:57 p.m., Hollis police conducted a motor vehicle stop after they reported observing a driver commit a yellow line violation. The driver, later identified as Michael W. LeFlore, 28,, of Townsend, Mass., displayed signs of impairment and agreed to perform standardized field sobriety tests.

LeFlore was later arrested and charged with driving under the influence and a yellow/solid line violation. He was booked and released on personal recognizance bail, pending arraignment in Nashua on Feb. 13.

Paul Feely is the City Hall reporter for the New Hampshire Union Leader and Sunday News. Reach him at pfeely@unionleader.com