JANESVILLE, Wis. (AP) _ Janesville police are asking bar owners not to serve alcohol to 10 people who require emergency services more often than most residents.

Police officer Joe McNally says the people on the ``no serve list'' have had three run-ins with police in the past six months. Those incidents include trips to jail or detox, along with less formal interventions, such as an officer driving someone home.

McNally says all those interactions cost the city. For example, a trip to detox runs about $400, plus the time for an officer to take someone there and the time for a doctor to clear the person.

McNally says that people will be taken off the list if they have less than three contacts with police after six months.