(BIRMINGHAM, U.K.) WM Police Report: Officers executed warrants at a home in Halesowen on Tues.23: June: and seized cocaine, cash and a vehicle together ammunition and a firearm all believed to be linked to an ‘ Organised Crime Network ‘ and also carried out two arrests #AceNewsDesk report

#AceNewsReport – June.24: Officers from West Midlands Police have arrested two people after executing search warrants at a home in Halesowen this morning (23 June) In total they seized approximately half a kilo of a substance suspected to be cocaine – which has a street value of almost £50k, a large sum of cash, three vehicles linked to the people who live at the address, as well as a firearm and ammunition: A 33-year-old man from Handsworth has been taken into custody on suspicion of being concerned in the supply of a controlled drug and firearms offences……….A woman, aged 31, has also been arrested on suspicion of firearms and drug related offences…………..Three young children have been safeguarded:

WM Police Report: Two arrests made as cops seize gun, ammunition and cocaine in Halesowen on Tues.24:June:

Inspector Pete Sandhu from Dudley said: “We will always take a zero tolerance approach to those we suspect of being involved in county lines, drug dealing and wider organised crime: “Organised criminal networks ruthlessly exploit children and other vulnerable people to produce and sell their drugs, damaging our communities in order to line their pockets………“Even in the midst of this national pandemic we know that drugs gangs are still trying to operate…………..“We will continue to pursue those we suspect of being involved in order to protect our communities and keep people safe.”……………..During the current pandemic more dealing may now be taking place from residential homes or abandoned properties, while the gangs may be using their own cars, taxis or private hire vehicles more in order to move young drugs runners around to sell their products.

If you see anything suspicious, such as a number of people regularly coming and going from an address, please report this information via 101 or via Live Chat at www.west-midlands.police.uk

All of this information is fed into our intelligence systems and helps us build up a picture of organised crime, even if officers do not act on the information straight away: Alternatively you can report any information 100% anonymously via Crimestoppers, on 0800 555 111. Tell them what you know, not who you are.

#AceNewsDesk report ……………Published: June.24: 2020:

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