Four people were arrested on suspicion of drink-driving in Guernsey over the weekend.
Police say they believe one may also have been under the influence of illegal drugs.
Officers have repeated their warning that drink-driving is 'totally unacceptable', saying it puts every other person on the roads in danger.
It puts every other person out and about on the roads at the same time as you in danger and it puts you in danger; it should not be happening our community.— Guernsey Police (@GuernseyPolice) April 11, 2022
Guernsey Police has pledged to 'come down hard on drink drivers' heading into the summer, warning islanders to make sure they have a plan to get home safely if they're going out for a drink:
We'll continue to come down hard on drink drivers as we head into the summer, so don’t even consider it. If you’re going out and know you will be drinking, make sure you have a plan to get yourself home safely. The safe limit for drinking and driving is none, so don’t risk it.— Guernsey Police (@GuernseyPolice) April 11, 2022