As the summer winds down, some people are still taking advantage of the respite to enjoy a pint or two of ale.
However, we’ve compiled a list of places that people have been arrested, assaulted or even murdered in the UK in 2015.
It all started in the mid-1990s, when the police arrested the singer-songwriter Paul Simon for alleged rape.
The charges were eventually dropped, but Simon’s career was damaged.
A few years later, a man named Christopher O’Toole was charged with murdering a fellow musician, the singer and guitarist Peter Buck.
After being released on bail, O’Tole was accused of the same attack, and was jailed for 16 years.
After O’Ole’s release, Buck’s wife and a group of friends went to O’Brien’s in Oxfordshire and murdered the singer in his sleep.
A police raid at O’Briens home also led to his arrest.
After Buck’s death, a group called the Hooligans attacked the singer’s home and the police used a helicopter to get the singer, guitarist Richard Thompson and bassist Tony Watson to the scene of the crime.
The police then released Thompson, who later died of his injuries.
The following year, the HOOLIGANS band member and former frontman John Riddick, was arrested for the murder of the singer Ian Douglas.
Douglas was shot in the head and killed by the HOODIGANS in February of 1998.
In July, Douglas’ body was found in the sea off the coast of Bury St Edmunds.
He was aged just 38.
The Hooligan band member, John Ridding, was jailed in October 1998 for the death of Ian Douglas, who was shot and killed on a motorway in 1995.
The Hooligans’ guitarist, Ian Douglas was killed by a group calling itself the HOOHANERS.
Riddick was also charged in the killing of Douglas, and in July of 2000, Riddicks wife was found dead in her house.
A court was told she had died from a drug overdose.
She was aged 29.
Two months later, Ridding was charged in relation to the murder and was sentenced to life in prison.
In April 2000, Douglas was found stabbed to death in a pub in Southport.
Douglas’ family said he was beaten and strangled to death with a pair of scissors.
Police searched Riddricks home and found a number of weapons, including a knife, chainsaw and a screwdriver.
In May 2002, the BBC broadcast a story about a murder in Essex called “The Killer” where it was revealed that Riddickers brother, John, had been charged with the murder.
It was later revealed that John Ridgards brother, Peter, had a knife in his bedroom and had been arrested on suspicion of the murder after the HOHANERS attack.
Ridgard was charged on a charge of “premeditated murder” and was released on unconditional bail.
In March of 2003, Ridgie, then aged just 17, was shot to death by police after allegedly being involved in a car crash.
His brother Peter, who had also been arrested for driving with a suspended licence, was later charged with his murder.
Peter Riddig was charged and acquitted on the same charge.
Ridding, who appeared in a TV documentary, later said he would “never forgive” his brother for the incident.
In April 2003, the band of Hoolies who killed Douglas, John and Peter Ridgo, were found guilty of the killing and jailed for life.
Peter, then 28, was given a life sentence.
Peter Riddgagood was convicted of the first of two murders of Douglas in March 2004 and received a life term.
Peter and Riddagood were released in 2011, two years after Riddegoods release.
A year later, in May 2005, a second man, James Riddell, was found guilty for the killing.
He received a 15-year prison term.
In 2007, the court heard that the gang was responsible for the kidnapping and rape of a girl in Leeds.
In 2010, Rids life sentence was commuted to eight years.
Rids life term was commited to 15 years after he was convicted and released from prison in 2011.
In September of 2010, an investigation was launched into the murder in Leeds of a young girl.
In August 2011, a police raid on a house in Walthamstow, West London, led to the arrest of James Ridgar, 22, on suspicion that he had raped a 14-year-old girl at a house party in 2005.
James Rids brother Peter Rids, then 24, was also arrested and charged.
Peter and Peter are both serving life sentences.
In June 2012, a court was asked to consider whether