The Coconino County Sheriff’s Office was busy over the Labor Day Weekend. Officials say deputies responded to nearly 11-hundred calls, which was around 150 more than last year. Of the total number of calls, the most were forest and community patrols, where deputies responded to 340 calls. There were 138 business checks and 86 traffic stops, which was up from 71 last year. The stops resulted in five arrests, 25 moving violations, 25 written warnings and 30 verbal warnings. Search and rescue responded to eight calls, all of which involved people who were lost.