Prom is something most students look forward to all year long. Unfortunately, drinking is involved in the celebration by many students. "It's a very difficult task for us to be able to have to call the parents to let them know their children have been involved in an accident." Arredondo says that's one of the worst situations they respond to. He wants to remind students that prom is supposed to be a fun celebration, and urges students to stay sober. "When you're out there enjoying these festivities, don't make this a tough night for your parents. They're expecting you all to go out and have fun, but also be safe." Last weekend, there was a house party full of minors that got busted. Aside from it being illegal, the sheriff's office wants to remind prom goers to stay sober. "It's not a nice thing to be in our Webb county jail and that's where you'll end up if you want to furnish minors that." In addition to drinking and driving, Arredondo says another problem they see are responsible for accidents during prom season is texting while driving. He says it's a common habit for teens to check their social media, especially during prom when they are dressed up. "If you're going to take pictures and post them on your Facebook account, do so before. Don't do it while you're driving around." He adds that any time your attention is off the road is a dangerous situation. "Make sure you have a safe night and come home safe and sober." Anyone underage caught with alcohol will face a Class C Misdemeanor and a fine of up to $500.