Guernsey Police have made an arrest following two separate reports of drinks being spiked.
Investigations into the alleged incidents last weekend (18 & 19 December) are ongoing.
Officers say reporting suspected spikings early is 'extremely important' in helping to gather evidence.
Over the weekend Guernsey Police received two reports of people having their drinks spiked. We have already made one arrest in relation to one of these incidents, and the early stages of investigations are continuing. 1/ pic.twitter.com/5g1uSdsRvv— Guernsey Police (@GuernseyPolice) December 20, 2021
These incidents come just weeks after women in Guernsey boycotted nightclubs in response to the many issues females face on a night out.
Police are urging anyone who thinks they've been spiked to call them as soon as they feel well enough to.
"Don’t keep silent if something happens to you; call us on 01481 222222 or make a report anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111"