Deputies in Raleigh County, West Virginia, are cracking down on people who toss cigarette butts out of their car windows.
People who see a flying butt can call the Butt Busters hot line to report a license plate number and other details.
The sheriff's office then sends letters to the car owners notifying them that they were spotted littering.
They also receive a pocket ash tray and educational material.
The hot line is sponsored by the Raleigh County Make It Shine Committee.
Co-chair Sherrie Hunter says they're getting about 35 calls a month.