Dorset Police are reminding people to make sure they are fit to drive the morning after drinking. It's all part of a summer campaign that will include an increase in traffic patrols and roadside checks.
They've warned anyone charged with a drive or drug related offence before the 31st July will have their names and court appearance details released to the media.
One of the biggest police operations ever mounted in Cornwall has ended with the jailing of two gangs who controlled the county's supply of illegal drugs. Details of the operation have been revealed for the first time.
Court hearings in Truro involving the gangs were held in secret. This week 20 gang members were given sentences ranging from suspended prison terms to 13 years in jail.
Twenty members of two gangs who supplied most of Cornwall's illegal drugs have been given sentences of up to 13 years in jail. The gangs based in Falmouth and Newquay supplied cocaine, cannabis and amphetamines worth nearly a million pounds.
Their sentences at Truro Crown Court today brought to an end one of the biggest police operations ever mounted in Cornwall.
Two teenagers are still in intensive care and four others in hospital after becoming seriously ill from taking drugs. They started hallucinating at a house in Glastonbury after taking 2CB, a drug similar to ecstasy.
Luckily one of their friends hadn't taken the drug and was able to call the emergency services. Watch our interview with Jai Woods below.
Six teenagers from Glastonbury have been taken to hospital after becoming ill from taking drugs. Two are in a serious condition.
Police were called to an address in Northload Street in the early hours of Saturday morning. The six young people were given medical attention at the scene. Three were taken to Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton and the other three to Yeovil hospital.
One man has been arrested on suspicion of possessing Class B drugs and has been released on police bail. A Police investigation is underway.