The Minnesota State Patrol is adding five new unmarked squad cars to their fleet. Officials say the squads will specifically be used to target dangerous driving behaviors. In 2014, driver inattention contributed to 61 deaths and more than 7,000 injuries on Minnesota roads. In the last three months, the Minnesota State Patrol has investigated at least two deadly crashes where driver distraction was suspected. The troopers driving the unmarked vehicles will be assigned to Mankato, Marshall, the east and west Metro, and Brainerd.