12 people died in the first six days of May.
Fatal speed-related crashes are ahead of last year's pace.
The Minnesota Department of Public Safety has announced a statewide crackdown.
An unbelted driver died in the crash.
There were at least five instances of motorists clocked at more than 125 mph.
Drivers caught going above 100 mph have increased 149 percent compared to last year.
The 30-year-old was traveling at a high rate of speed, police said.
DWIs have also been rising after initially dropping after the start of Stay at Home.
Slow down, Minnesota.
The change affects arterial and side streets in the metro's two biggest cities.
He was caught going 55 mph OVER the speed limit.
Talk about making a situation worse.
The Minnesota DPS says driving 'fast and furious is changing lives forever.'
She was ticketed for careless driving.
Extra speed enforcement in Minnesota through July 22.
There was a baby in the backseat.
The sheriff's office says excessive speeding has been a problem lately.