Two people were arrested in one "busy week" overnight for offences involving drug driving and aggravated burglary.

The individual who failed a stop for no insurance and drug wipe for cannabis was pulled into Bicester Village park and ride from the A41 while the person wanted on suspicion of aggravated burglary was arrested from their vehicle on the slip road of junction nine.

Offences occurred overnight on Sunday at the end of what police described as a "very busy week".

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Thames Valley Police hash tagged in a social media post: "#ItsNotWorthTheRisk".

Aggravated burglary refers to a burglary committed by a person with an offensive weapon in their possession.

Anyone driving without insurance can be fined £300 and receive six to eight penalty points on their licence.

Drug driving convicts can get a minimum one year driving ban and unlimited fine, among other sanctions.