Four drivers have been reported over alleged drink driving offences in the North-east.
Three of the motorists were alleged to have been more than four times over the drink drive limit.
Police Scotland carried out patrols in both Aberdeenshire and Moray as part of Operation CEDAR ( Challenge, Educate, Detect and Reduce).
Three males and one female have been reported to the Procurator Fiscal over the incidents.
Police have said that three of the incidents happened in Moray and one in Aberdeenshire.
Road Policing Sergeant Rob Warnock said: “We will continue to carry out Road Policing operations to attempt to deter and detect drink driving in our communities, however, it’s disappointing to see drivers almost 4 times over the drink drive limits and the potential consequences that can occur.
“Road Safety is a priority for Police Scotland and we will continue to encourage drivers to take responsibility for their driving.”